(Redirected from set fire to)
- (intransitive, followed by to) To light using fire; to cause to be on fire; to set alight.
- They set fire to the house.
- 1941 October, “Notes and News: A Serious Swiss Derailment”, in Railway Magazine, page 469:
- A freight train became completely derailed, blocking the tunnel entrance, and six of the wagons rolled down the mountainside, demolishing and setting fire on their way to a guard house, in which three soldiers were killed.
to light using fire