Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Firing"

The meaning of "Firing" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does military started firing on the village mean?
A: "Military" means an army. People in the military are soldiers. A nation or country has these people to fight wars for them.
"Firing on" means shooting a gun at something.
A "village" is a small city or town.

So together, this means that the soldiers started shooting guns at people in the town. This situation sounds scary!
Q: What does are you firing me mean?
A: قصدك"you are firing "
الكلمة لها معنيين
أنت تطلق النار
أنت تفصل(يعني تفصل
شخص من العمل)
Q: What does firing cips into the pot mean?
A: I can only think about gun 🔫 clips from a semi automatic weapon and you shoot pots out in a field instead as a gun range. So they will make a ding sound when you shoot it continously.
Q: What does firing on all cylinders mean?
A: full power. working at peak efficiency.
Q: What does firing mean?
A: Sound like it was in a battle? The sound of guns firing was too loud, so nobody could hear the single drum (more drums were needed)

Example sentences using "Firing"

Q: Please show me example sentences with firing.
A: He was caught firing the gun.
I hope you don’t plan on firing me!

Translations of "Firing"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? firing solution
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Other questions about "Firing"

Q: ‎"I tried firing shotgun the first time. the recoil almost dislocated my shoulder." Does this sound natural?
A: @richurchoi Oh, yes! Also in that case, the phrase would flow better like this:

"I tried firing a shotgun for the first time."
Q: Where are you firing at? (I would like to know the targeted object of the listener’s gunfire) Does this sound natural?
A: I think most people would say "What are you shooting at?" A military person or someone really into guns would probably say "What are you firing at?"

Shoot and fire mean the same thing, but "fire" is a more technical version of saying it, and "shoot" is used casually. So "fire" in this statement is only unnatural if the person asking the question is not someone that cares about technical slang regarding firearms.
Q: I think firing employees will make them lose their sense of trust in the company, they’ll lose their feel of having a secured job, this’ll make them less productive employees who don’t have loyalty to the company. Does this sound natural?
A: I think that firing employees will make them lose their sense of trust in the company, their feel of having a secure job and this would make them less productive employees who don’t have any loyalty to the company.
Q: They are firing again for the fourth time. Does this sound natural?
A: It's fine, Max!
Q: What does "firings" in blue line mean?
A: It means like activations

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