- go down in flames
- v. fail dramatically
English slang. 2015.
English slang. 2015.
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shoot down in flames — shoot (something/someone) down in flames informal to strongly criticize an idea or plan, or to refuse to accept it. Several months ago this highly impractical idea would have been shot down in flames. I thought I d made a sensible suggestion, but … New idioms dictionary
go down in flames — in. to fail spectacularly. (See also shoot someone down in flames; crash and burn.) □ The whole team went down in flames. □ I’d hate for all your planning to go down in flames … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
go down in flames — to fail or end suddenly and completely. We ve seen two big mass transit plans go down in flames in the last two years. The idea of self respect went up in flames a long time ago. Related vocabulary: go up in smoke Etymology: based on the literal… … New idioms dictionary
shoot down in flames — If someone demolishes your argument, it (and you) have been shot down in flames … The small dictionary of idiomes
shoot down in flames — (informal) 1. To reprimand severely 2. To destroy, humiliate, esp by the strength of one s argument • • • Main Entry: ↑shoot … Useful english dictionary
shoot down in flames — make fall in a burst of fire; win an argument … English contemporary dictionary