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1.Pop off rounds a tree 2.pop off rounds at a tree

I think meaning of *pop off means also *fire

So above two sentences is my matter that crossing out the preposition of *at or remain it? Or either will do?

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'Pop off' can indeed refer to the firing of a weapon, usually in an informal setting. Here, you need the preposition 'at' to show that you are sending your bullets towards the tree.

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