This page is about the phrasal verb fire up
Meaning: to create enthusiasm or excitement, usually among a group of people or a crowd
- fire up sb The coach fired up his players with his half-time talk, and they tried much harder in the second half.
- be fired up After being fired up by their leaders' speeches, the protesters marched to government house.
A lot of civil rights leaders like Dr Martin Luther King were great public speakers, and they were very good at firing up
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Contributor: Matt Errey