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Spanish translation of “fire”

fire

verb
to make (someone) enthusiastic; to inspire
enardecer, excitar
The story fired his imagination.
to operate (a gun etc ) by discharging a bullet etc from it
disparar
He fired his revolver three times.
to send out or discharge (a bullet etc ) from a gun etc
disparar
He fired three bullets at the target.
(often with ator on) to aim and operate a gun at; to shoot at
disparar
They suddenly fired on us She fired at the target.
to send away someone from his/her job; to dismiss
despedir
He was fired from his last job for being late.
(Definition of fire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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