fire off
  1. (transitive) To perform a task rapidly, often unexpectedly.
    No sooner had I replied to his first question, than he fired off another one.
    When I had read the article, I immediately fired off a letter to the editor.
  2. (transitive) To discharge from a firearm.
    The nervous soldier fired off a few more rounds into the darkness.

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