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N-COUNT 枪；炮 A gun is a weapon from which bullets or other things are fired.
He produced a gun and he came into the house...
The inner-city has guns and crime and drugs and deprivation.
N-COUNT 发令枪 A gun or a starting gun is an object like a gun that is used to make a noise to signal the start of a race.
The starting gun blasted and they were off.
VERB 把…发动起来；给…加大油门；使加速 To gun an engine or a vehicle means to make it start or go faster by pressing on the accelerator pedal.
He gunned his engine and drove off.
PHRASE 全力以赴；鼓足干劲 If you come out with guns blazing or with all guns blazing, you put all your effort and energy into trying to achieve something.
The company came out with guns blazing.
PHRASE 抢先行动；过早地行动 If you jump the gun, you do something before everyone else or before the proper or right time.
It wasn't due to be released until September 10, but some booksellers have jumped the gun and decided to sell it early.
PHRASE 坚持自己的立场；固执己见；一意孤行 If you stick to your guns, you continue to have your own opinion about something even though other people are trying to tell you that you are wrong.
He should have stuck to his guns and refused to meet her.