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    Default what does "go out in a blaze" mean?

    What does it mean?
    In what circumstances can you use it?
    Could you give me some examples please?
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    Default Re: what does "go out in a blaze" mean?

    Thank you!
    So does it mean that a person try to do something that he/she is uifcapable of and he/she think it's glorious,and it ends badly?

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    Default Re: what does "go out in a blaze" mean?

    To go out in a blaze of glory means you do something awesome and dramatic at the end of your life, career, political post, etc. as your last act; this is used positively

    ex. a singer putting out a best-selling critically acclaimed album at the end of their career

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    Default Re: what does "go out in a blaze" mean?

    noteacher

    Yes. In fact, go out in a blaze is an incomplete phrase, I've never heard it, it's always he went out in a blaze of glory.
    Probably has something to do with fighter pilots.

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