from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to render enthusiastic; -- of people.
- intransitive v. to grow irritated or angry.
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The other crane continued to fire up at the incomingHalicarnassus, unleashing a thousand rounds of AA ammunition and another Stinger missile—which Pooh Bear just blasted out of the sky a moment later.
Whacking my chest with my crossed arms, I hurried across the street to the parking lot to fire up Slewfoot.
The next morning, while I was still bathing and dressing the baby, my mother-in-law spied the as-yet-unused combinet and latched on to it, hauling it off to the kitchen, where she ordered Dad to fire up the monstrous coal range.