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Can anyone tell me, what is the meaning of

1 ) FIRE IN THE HOLE

And

2) WHAT IS GOOD FOR THE GOOSE IS GOOD FOR THE GANDER

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What is good for the goose is good for the gandor = What is good for you is good for me

Fire in the hole = Watch out / Look out / Be Careful
"Fire in the hole" is a phrase used to warn of the immenient detonation of an explosive device. The phrase may have been originated by miners, who made extensive use of explosives while working underground.

"What's good for the goose is good for the gander." Most commonly, this idiom refers to a male/female relationship. Simply, a goose is female, a gander is male. An example, "If Mary can spend money on jewelry, Bob can spend money on new golf clubs."
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it means something big is coming or is going to explode
Anonymousit means something big is coming or is going to explode

Queenbannanah295

What's good for the goose.... means that both male and female should be treated the same,

and are not subjected to different standards.
what is the meaning of the stars in the sky?an idiom phrase
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It's not really an idiom. There are stars in the sky. Perhaps it's referring to having many, many of something.
For generations back, in my family, if we are going to temporarily leave our seat - like leave a comfy chair to go to the john- we say 'fire in the hole' to save our seat. Those hoping for a better chair always honor the call. Go figure
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