- n.开火; 生火; 烧窑; 烘烤;
- v.开火，射击( fire的现在分词 ); <口>解雇; 射（箭）; 激励;
- 复数: firings;
There was continuous firing throughout the night.
The firing continued even while the protestors were fleeing.
Flavell had accidentally discharged a pistol, firing it into the ceiling.
It is quite clear that we were firing in self defence.
He was sure he would pin down the enemy between two firing lines.
When soft woods are used for the firing, the clay turns dark from the smoke.
Within seconds the other soldiers began firing too.
They were under constant firing from the guns.
Any hostages in the firing line would have been sacrificed.
New guns firing high explosive shells were incorporated into the battlefield.
Those put to death by firing squad included three generals.
Government troops broke up the protest by firing their guns in the air.
The authorities offered to stop firing missiles if the rebels agreed to stop attacking civilian targets.
They were bombarded by more than 100 representatives firing questions on pollution.
He will be in charge of all hiring and firing at PHA.
They were fooling around on an Army firing range.
Young players found themselves too much in the firing line.
Foreign banks are in the firing line too.
You should cut the knot by firing them all.
We are having difficulty in firing up the ship's engines.
They saluted the Queen by firing 1000 guns.
The birds flew off at the firing of the gun.
They are firing upon the enemy works.
The hunter sighted carefully before firing his gun.
They went on firing until all their ammunition was spent.
Our enemies were caught unprepared and we disposed of them without firing a single shot.
Take a careful sight before firing.
The troops suppressed the rebellion by firing on the mob.
The firing got heavier and heavier.
There was very rapid, intense firing.
The action should beconsistent with the firm's guidelines and may include reassigning the employees to new jobs, suspending them temporarily, or firing them.
His logic: companies that embrace automation might use fewer workers, but that's still better than firing everyone and moving the work overseas.
1. the act of firing weapons or artillery at an enemy;
"hold your fire until you can see the whites of their eyes"
"they retreated in the face of withering enemy fire"
2. the act of discharging a gun
3. the act of setting on fire or catching fire
4. the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
the firing line收起词组搭配
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