“Fire away”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Fire away
- An expression used when someone wants to tell you something or ask you a question and you tell the other person that he/she can do it. You are not afraid to hear what he or she is going to say and you are ready to listen to it.
Other examples of “fire away” phrasal verb in a sentence
- – You’re not going to like what I have to say. – Fire away!
- If you guys have something to say, fire away!
- Ok, I don’t know if I should tell you that.. – Fire away!
“Fire away”: use in context explanation
Dick’s friend is getting married soon. He has invited Dick to his Bachelor’s Party, the party one has before he gets married. Dick comes back from the party late at night. His wife has been awake and waiting for him. She doesn’t like when her husband goes to these kinds of parties. She knows her husband is a sociable person and sometimes likes partying too much. When he gets home she can immediately see that something is not right. He is full of lipstick marks and he is dragging a woman’s bra behind his foot. She is angry and wants to ask him some questions. She says: “Fire away”. He is ok with it.