Definitions for under fire
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word under fire
under attack(p), under fire(p)(adj)
subjected to enemy attack or censure
"an official under fire for mismanagement"
subjected to enemy attack
criticized or held responsible for something
Under Fire is a 1983 political film set during the last days of the Nicaraguan revolution that ended the Somoza regime in 1979 Nicaragua. It stars Nick Nolte, Gene Hackman and Joanna Cassidy. The musical score by Jerry Goldsmith, which featured well-known jazz guitarist Pat Metheny, was nominated for an Academy Award. The editing by Mark Conte and John Bloom was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best Editing.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
His battery was under fire for an hour and a half.
Because I knew we had all come under fire, I guess I had assumed that all of the airframes took some damage because we all went down.
It's pretty difficult to believe, i remember every time I was under fire in Iraq, especially if your vehicle is an aircraft that's been hit. That's something that gets seared into your memory for all time.
It certainly is. It's a lot of scrutiny and frankly, it's a lot of statements that are under fire, and I hope Ben's going to be OK with it. It's going to be interesting to see what happens -- time will tell.
With the rebels within 100 yards of his position, Cushing was shot and killed during this heroic stand. His actions made it possible for the Union Army to successfully repulse the Confederate assault. his battery was under fire for an hour and a half.
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