Today you are going to learn how to use the English phrasal verb Fired Up. This means to be enthusiastic, angry or annoyed about something or someone. This phrasal verb lesson includes a couple of examples explaining how to use it to sound more natural.
Phrasal Verb: Fired Up
Cool English Phrasal Verb Fired Up
Alternative Meaning: To be annoyed, enthusiastic or angry about something or someone
- Steve was fired up to get his business started after a conference he attended.
- Steve was enthusiastic to get his business started after a conference he attended.
- The bad customer service I received at the bank had me fired up. I was telling everyone about my horrible experience afterwards.
- The bad customer service I received at the bank had really annoyed me. I was telling everyone about my horrible experience afterwards.
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