fire up
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fire up(
fay
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. enardecer
The leader fired up the crowd with his speech against the bill.El líder enardeció a la multitud con su discurso en contra del proyecto de ley.
b. enfervorizar
This victory fired up the players, who now look forward to the next game.Esta victoria enfervorizó a los jugadores, que ahora esperan con ansias el próximo partido.
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fire up
transitive verb
enardecer
It goes on to list, in terms calculated to fire up the local populace, 27 charges against the British king I knew that Sam was trying to fire Costantino up. He kept saying "you beat him, you beat him." The whole idea was to fire up his enthusiasm and let him enjoy himself 2000 is a magic number that will fire up the imagination of many people
to be/get fired up about sth estar enardecido/enardecerse por algo
Returning to the Moon, I contend, is the only tangible way to get the public all fired up about space again I have never felt more confident of a victory and I have never felt more fired up about taking our sound message of values and opportunity to the American people in the fall
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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