In the following sentence:
"A world-famous musician who speaks out in protest... and comes under fire"
1) Does speaks out in protest mean "denouncing things without fear, clearly"?
2) Is Comes under fire for "being at trial"?
Thanks a lot.
"speaks out in protest" - he is objecting to something
"comes under fire" - he is being strongly criticised for his action. Derives from the battlefield where the forces are being fired on.