crossfire

US [ˈkrɔsˌfaɪr]
UK [ˈkrɒsˌfaɪə(r)]
  • n.交叉火力
  • Web穿越火线;交火;交叉集火
CrossFire
n.
1.
交叉火力the firing of guns from two or more directions at the same time, so that the bullets cross
The doctor was killed in crossfire as he went to help the wounded.
那位医生去救助伤员时在交叉火力中丧生。
When two industrial giants clash, small companies can get caught in the crossfire(= become involved and suffer as a result) .
两工业巨头交火时,小公司难免遭殃。

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