shot, past participle; shot, past tense; shoots, 3rd person singular present; shooting, present participle;
Used as a euphemism for ‘shit’
shoot, it was a great day to be alive
Kill or wound (a person or animal) with a bullet or arrow
he was shot in the leg during an armed robbery
troops shot dead 29 people
Fire a bullet from a gun or discharge an arrow from a bow
he shot at me twice
the troops were ordered to shoot to kill
they shot a volley of arrows into the village
Cause (a gun) to fire
Damage or remove (something) with a bullet or missile
Guy, shoot their hats off
Hunt game with a gun
we go to Scotland to shoot every autumn
Shoot game over (an estate or other area of countryside)
Shoot game in or on (an estate, cover, etc.)
Move suddenly and rapidly in a particular direction
the car shot forward
Ward's hand shot out, grabbing his arm
Cause to move suddenly and rapidly in a particular direction
he would have fallen if Marc hadn't shot out a hand to stop him
Beauchamp shot United into the lead
Direct (a glance, question, or remark) at someone
Luke shot her a quick glance
“I can't believe what I'm hearing,” she shot back
Used to invite a comment or question
“May I just ask you one more question?” “Shoot.”
(of a pain) Move with a sharp stabbing sensation
Claudia felt a shaft of pain shoot through her chest
a pang of regret shot through her
(of a boat) Sweep swiftly down or under (rapids, a waterfall, or a bridge)
(of a motor vehicle) Pass (a traffic light at red)
Extend sharply in a particular direction
a road that seemed to just shoot upward at a terrifying angle
Move (a door bolt) to fasten or unfasten a door
(in soccer, hockey, basketball, etc.) Kick, hit, or throw the ball or puck in an attempt to score a goal
Williams twice shot wide
after school, we'd go straight out in the alley to shoot baskets
Make (a specified score) for a round of golf
in the second round he shot a 65
Play a game of (pool or dice)
Film or photograph (a scene, film, etc.)
she has just been commissioned to shoot a video
point the camera and just shoot—nothing could be easier
(of a plant or seed) Send out buds or shoots; germinate
(of a bud or shoot) Appear; sprout
Inject oneself or another person with (a narcotic drug)
he shot dope into his arm
Plane (the edge of a board) accurately
A young branch or sucker springing from the main stock of a tree or other plant
he nipped off the new shoots that grew where the leaves joined the stems
An occasion when a group of people hunt and shoot game for sport
a grouse shoot
Land used for shooting game
A shooting match or contest
activities include a weekly rifle shoot
An occasion when a professional photographer takes photographs or when a film or video is being made
a photo shoot
a fashion shoot
A rapid in a stream
follow the portages that skirt all nine shoots of whitewater
a new branch
hit with a missile from a weapon
the act of shooting at targets; "they hold a shoot every weekend during the summer"
kill by firing a missile
blast: fire a shot; "the gunman blasted away"
film: make a film or photograph of something; "take a scene"; "shoot a movie"
Shoots are new plant growth, they can include stems, flowering stems with flower buds, leaves. The new growth from seed germination that grows upward is a shoot where leaves will develop. ...
Shoot (1976) is a Canadian film directed by Harvey Hart. The screenplay of the picture was written by Richard Berg and based on the novel of the same name penned by Douglas Fairbairn.
Mad Men, a television drama series created by Matthew Weiner, premiered on July 19, 2007 on the cable network AMC in the United States. The show's fourth season premiered on July 25, 2010. Each season encompasses 13 episodes; the episodes are each approximately 47 minutes long. ...
A Shoot in professional wrestling is a term that refers to any unplanned, unscripted or real-life occurrence within a wrestling event. The name originates from a takedown, or shoot, in wrestling. ...
The Shoot, known in Japan as Shooting Studio, is an upcoming 2010 Rail shooter video game for the PlayStation 3, which will utilize the new PlayStation Move controllers. ...
Shooting is the act or process of firing rifles, shotguns or other projectile weapons such as bows or crossbows. Even the firing of artillery, rockets and missiles can be called shooting. A person who specializes in shooting is a marksman. ...
The emerging stem and embryonic leaves of a new plant; A photography session; In professional wrestling, an event that is unscripted or legitimate; To fire a projectile or energy weapon at; To begin to speak; To hit with a projectile or energy beam from such a weapon; To move very quickly ...
(shooting) An instance of shooting (a person) with a gun; The sport or activity of firing a gun
(Shooting) The act of throwing the ball at the goal with the crosse in an attempt to score
(shooting) hunting (birds, etc.)
(Shooting) A portion of the film between the moment when the camera starts rolling until it stops. In other words, what the camera films (frame).
(Shooting) Peruvian shooters have won 3 of Peru''s 4 olympic medals. Edwin Vásquez won Peru''s only gold medal in London 1948 Olympic Games, while Francisco Boza (Los Angeles 1984), and Juan Giha (Barcelona 1992) both won silver medals.
(Shooting) Playing low and playing multiple times in a suit to break a Naught bid.
(Shooting) Ratio The ratio in a finished film of the amount of film shot to the length of the final footage. Shot A single uninterrupted action of a camera as seen by a viewer (see Take). ...
(Shooting) The functional classification has athletes from different disability groups competing in classes according to their abilities. Individuals and teams compete in rifle, pistol, air and .22 calibre events.
(Shooting) To dream that you see or hear shooting, signifies unhappiness between married couples and sweethearts because of over-weaning selfishness, also unsatisfactory business and tasks because of negligence. See Pistol.
(Shooting) Utilizing the B.E.E.F technique your child will begin to develop and reinforce fundamental shooting technique.