|backdraught or (US), (Canadian) backdraft (ˈbækˌdrɑːft)|
|1.||a reverse movement of air, gas, or liquid|
|2.||an explosion that occurs when air reaches a fire that has used up all the available oxygen, often occurring when a door is opened to the room containing the fire|
|backdraft or (US), (Canadian) backdraft|
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