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British pronunciation/wɪð ˈɔːl bˈəʊθ ɡˈʌnz blˈeɪzɪŋ/
American pronunciation/wɪð ˈɔːl bˈoʊθ ɡˈʌnz blˈeɪzɪŋ/
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with a high level of energy or enthusiasm

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with (all|both|) guns blazing definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "with guns blazing" and when to use it?

The origin of the phrase "with guns blazing" can be traced back to the American Old West, particularly the depiction of gunfights in Western movies, literature, and folklore, and it has since evolved to represent a bold and forceful approach in various contexts. It is used metaphorically in business or professional settings to describe a person or organization launching into a project or initiative with great enthusiasm and determination.

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The team entered the final match with all guns blazing, displaying an impressive display of skill and determination to secure the championship.
The ambitious entrepreneur launched their startup with both guns blazing, tackling challenges head-on and pursuing success with unwavering drive.
The fiery debater entered the debate with guns blazing, presenting compelling arguments and countering every opposing viewpoint with precision.
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