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fire-fight (n.)
also firefight, 1850, from fire (n.) in the military sense + fight (n.). A fight with guns and firearms (as opposed to hand-to-hand, etc.).
1. He said they should turn their fire on the Conservative Party instead.
他说他们应该掉转枪口,向保守党开火。

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2. The council recently drew fire for its intervention in the dispute.
委员会最近因为介入该起争端而遭到批评。

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3. If something's a sure-fire hit then Radio One will play it.
如果哪首歌一定会火,那么第一频道肯定会播出。

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4. Legs of pork were cured and smoked over the fire.
在火上熏制猪腿。

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5. Don't leave a child alone in a room with an open fire.
房间里有裸露的明火时,不要让孩子独处其中。

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