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firing British & World English

The action of setting fire to something

fire British & World English

Discharge a gun or other weapon in order to propel (a bullet or projectile)

firing pin British & World English

A movable pin in a firearm that strikes the primer of a cartridge to set off the charge

firing step British & World English

another term for fire step.

firing party British & World English

A group of soldiers detailed to fire the salute at a military funeral

firing squad British & World English

A group of soldiers detailed to shoot a condemned person

biscuit firing British & World English

The first firing of pottery, which permanently hardens the clay

be firing blanks British & World English

(Of a man) be infertile

the firing line in firing British & World English

The front line of troops in a battle

the firing line British & World English

The front line of troops in a battle

firing on all cylinders in fire British & World English

Working or functioning at a peak level

firing on all cylinders British & World English

Working or functioning at a peak level

fire up in fire British & World English

Show sudden anger

fire something off in fire British & World English

Send a message aggressively

firing English-Spanish

disparos

firing line English-Spanish

to be on oBrE in the firing line

firing pin English-Spanish

percutor m

quick-firing English-Spanish

de repetición

I can't go to the extent of actually firing her in extent English-Spanish

no puedo llegar al extremo de despedirla