- v.开火，射击( fire的过去式和过去分词 ); <口>解雇; 射（箭）; 激励;
He was fired from his job after roughing up a colleague.
He was hauled before the managing director and fired.
The gun was fired and Beaton was wounded a second time.
Both his grandfathers were fired with an enthusiasm for public speaking.
The cost of electricity from coal-fired stations is expected to fall.
Cecil now began to panic and fired off two distress rockets.
A gunman fired off a volley of shots into the air.
Three people were killed by shots fired at random from a minibus.
If I messed up, I would probably be fired.
The surface-to-surface missiles were fired from the west of the capital.
He had been fired because his singing was flat.
Police fired on them as they fled into the embassy compound.
After the pot is dipped in this mixture, it is fired.
A man fired a volley of shots at them.
By Monday, Senor Menem had returned, apparently fired with new determination.
In March its chief executive was fired by Time's current Man of the Year, Mr Obama.
In March, General Motors' chief executive was fired by Mr Obama for poor management
She may have to be fired for poor performance.
The workers on strike were all fired.
1. having lost your job