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1.to or from every one of two or more (considered individually)

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    open fire on (someone)
    to start shooting at someone, to start asking questions or criticizing someone
    The police opened fire on the man with the gun.
    The managers of the company opened fire on the supervisor at the meeting and began to criticize him.



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