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fire

slang Extremely appealing or exciting; awesome. That party was fire, man! You should have been there! Where'd you get those fire kicks? Whoa, that girl is fire—I'm gonna go to talk to her.
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fire

(something) at someone or something and fire (something) away at someone or something to shoot at someone or something with a weapon. Someone fired a gun at my car! The cowboy fired at the rattlesnake. The hunters fired away at the ducks. On television, somebody is always firing away at somebody else.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Several years later, Shaw himself was fired. While serving as national sales manager at Bic, he was abruptly replaced by the founder's son, even though, he says, the company's sales were at an all-time high.
When he fired his sales vice president, Giles knew he would lose some credibility with employees, but still it was a move he had to make.
Experts believe either a short or long meeting can work, as long as the discussion steers clear of why the person is being fired, which by that point they should clearly know and only begs for an argument.
The tiny pellets, fired ftom a Daisy air rifle, produced the electrical equivalent of a nervous breakdown.
and the Naval Air Test Center in Patuxent River, Maryland, technicians found that although one wire type would erupt in a fireworks display of sparks and flame when fired upon, two other types would not.
In the Midwest, the Smokey Bear mentality is grudgingly giving way to a system of planned burns that has woodland managers all fired up.