Word of the Day: ‘fireworks’

English lesson - fireworks
‘fireworks’ /ˈfaɪəwɜːks/

(noun) a tube of chemicals that spark and explode when lit

NOTE: Though ‘firework’ is the singular form, people mostly use the plural ‘fireworks’ for the singular out of habit because it is rare to have only a single firework.

“There was a fireworks display for Independence Day.”


(noun) a display of strong emotion

“When Jim and Doris argue, it’s fireworks.”