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Fire A Gun ( shoot a gun; pull the trigger of a gun so that there is an explosion and a bullet comes flying out ... )

"Fire A Gun"

Firing a gun is the same as shooting a gun, which means pulling the trigger to cause an explosion which pushes the bullet out of the gun very quickly.

Example: "Have you ever fired a gun?"

Example: "The man then jumped out of his car and fired a gun."

Example: "You should fire a gun sometime, it's fun." Reply: "I hope I never have to fire a gun."

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