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to fire a shot

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  • fire a shot across someone's — fire a shot across (someone s)/the bows slightly formal if you fire a shot across someone s bows, you do something in order to warn them that you will take strong action if they do not change their behaviour. Airline staff have fired a warning… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fire a shot across the bows — fire a shot across (someone s)/the bows slightly formal if you fire a shot across someone s bows, you do something in order to warn them that you will take strong action if they do not change their behaviour. Airline staff have fired a warning… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fire a shot across — (someone s)/the bows slightly formal if you fire a shot across someone s bows, you do something in order to warn them that you will take strong action if they do not change their behaviour. Airline staff have fired a warning shot across the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fire a shot —    American    to ejaculate semen    Or more shots than one. The use of ejaculate and ejaculation in a sexual sense is now so pervasive that it can convey an unfortunate image to the reader of older literature:     The vicar ejaculated from time… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • fire — 1 noun 1 BURNING (U) the flames, light and heat produced when something burns: The warehouse was completely destroyed by fire. | be on fire (=be burning): The house is on fire! | catch fire/catch on fire (=start to burn): Mary knocked the candle… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • shot — 1 noun GUNS/SHOOTING 1 fire a shot to fire a gun: He pulled out his rifle and fired three shots. 2 take a shot at to try to kill or injure someone by firing a gun at them: Someone took a shot at him as he was getting out of his car. 3 SOUND (C)… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • shot — shot1 [ ʃat ] adjective never before noun INFORMAL injured, damaged, or destroyed: The bones in her wrist were shot. shot to pieces/hell (=severely damaged or completely destroyed): My nerves are completely shot to pieces. be shot through with… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shot — I UK [ʃɒt] / US [ʃɑt] noun Word forms shot : singular shot plural shots *** 1) [countable] an act of firing a gun fire a shot: The man fired two shots from a handgun. a) a bullet that is fired from a gun The third shot hit the officer in the… …   English dictionary

  • Fire discipline — is a system of communication in the military, primarily the Artillery. By definition, Fire Discipline is the language of fire control. It consists of words, phrases, rules, and conventions which have specific meanings and which result in some… …   Wikipedia

  • Fire in the hole — is a standard warning, used in many countries in the world, indicating that an explosive detonation in a confined space is imminent. It originated with miners, who needed to warn their fellows that a charge had been set. The first cannons were… …   Wikipedia

  • shot|fire — «SHOT FYR», intransitive verb, fired, fir|ing. Mining. to fire a blasting charge: »As detonator and high explosive are embedded in the borehole, shotfiring can be done entirely by electrical means (New Scientist) …   Useful english dictionary

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