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砲火を浴びて. - 研究社 新英和中辞典
- Subjected to enemy attack with firearms.
- (figuratively) Criticized or held responsible for something.
- 1863, Sheridan Le Fanu, The House by the Churchyard:
- The clerk had, I'm afraid, a shrew of a wife—shrill, vehement, and fluent. […] He had learned, by long experience, the best tactique under fire: he became actually taciturn; or, if he spoke, his speech was laconic and enigmatical; sometimes throwing out a proverb, and sometimes a text; and sometimes when provoked past endurance, spouting mildly a little bit of meek and venomous irony.
- 2009, Michael O'Connor, Quadrant, November 2009, No. 461 (Volume LIII, Number 11), Quadrant Magazine Limited, page 2:
- (transitive, intransitive) To heat from below.
- 1856 May, William Kemble Hall, “On the Causes of Explosions of Steam Boilers”, in John F[ries] Frazer, editor, Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts. Devoted to Mechanical and Physical Science, Civil Engineering, the Arts and Manufactures, and the Recording of American and other Patent Inventions (Third Series; XXXI), volume LXI, Philadelphia, Pa.: Published by the Franklin Institute, at their hall, OCLC 620131291, page 299:
- It was contended, that the only objection which could be raised against under-firing, was the danger of incrustation, or deposit upon the boiler bottom, of matter held in suspension by the water; but that this rarely, if ever, caused explosions; the utmost injury it occasioned, was causing the boiler plate to be burnt out, and that this effect could not take place, without gross neglect.
- (transitive) To intentionally operate a boiler, furnace, oven, etc., at a low level.
- 1934, Wilbert J. Huff, “Gaseous Fuels during 1932 and 1933”, in A Survey of American Chemistry, volume VIII, New York, N.Y.: Chemical Catalog Company for National Research Council, OCLC 2394622, page 339:
- The large supply of natural gas at Chicago permitted underfiring the batteries of the Chicago By-Product Coke Oven Plant with a mixture of producer gas and natural gas. […] The mixing of by-product coke oven gas with blast furnace gas to correct the varying thermal deficiencies of the latter when used to underfire coke ovens is patented by Becker.
- 1976 April, G. R. Offen [et al.], Control of Particulate Matter from Oil Burners and Boilers (EPA-450/3-76-005), Research Triangle Park, N.C.: Office of Air and Waste Management and Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Environmental Protection Agency, OCLC 2687268, page 1-19:
- One of the major factors contributing to high particulate emissions from domestic burners is on-off cycling. […] Underfiring consists of using a smaller (undersized) unit which has to stay on longer and, therefore, cycles less. However, no data are available on the effectiveness, cost, and public acceptability (more complex system または inability to heat house as comfortably during very cold periods) of these proposals.
- 1989, Roger Loison; Pierre Foch; André Boyer, Coke: Quality and Production, 2nd edition, London; Boston, Mass.: Butterworth & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., →ISBN, page 467:
- (intransitive) To burn fuel at less than the desired level, thus not providing heat efficiently.
- (transitive, ceramics) To fire at a low (または excessively low) temperature.
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