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shot, plural; shots, plural;
  1. (of colored cloth) Woven with a warp and weft of different colors, giving a contrasting iridescent effect when looked at from different angles
    • - a dress of shot silk
  2. Interspersed with a different color
    • - dark hair shot with silver
  3. Ruined or worn out
    • - a completely shot engine will put you out of the race
    • - my nerves are shot
  4. Drunk

  1. The firing of a gun or cannon
    • - he brought down a caribou with a single shot to the neck
    • - the opening shots have been fired in a legal battle over repairs
  2. An attempt to hit a target by shooting
    • - he asked me if I would like to have a shot at a pheasant
  3. The range of a gun or cannon
    • - six more desperadoes came galloping up and halted just out of rifle shot
  4. A critical or aggressive remark
    • - Paul tried one last shot—“You realize what you want will cost more money?”
  5. A person with a specified level of ability in shooting
    • - he was an excellent shot at short and long distances
  6. A hit, stroke, or kick of the ball in sports such as basketball, tennis, or golf
    • - his partner pulled off a winning backhand shot
  7. An attempt to drive a ball into a goal; an attempt to score
    • - he took a shot that the goalie stopped
  8. An attempt to do something
    • - several of the competitors will have a shot at the title
  9. A ball of stone or metal used as a missile fired from a large gun or cannon

  10. Tiny lead pellets used in quantity in a single charge or cartridge in a shotgun

  11. A heavy ball thrown by a shot-putter

  12. A photograph
    • - she took a shot of me holding a lamp near my face
  13. A film sequence photographed continuously by one camera
    • - the movie's opening shot is of a character walking across a featureless landscape
  14. The range of a camera's view
    • - a prop man was standing just out of shot
  15. A small drink, esp. of distilled liquor
    • - he took a shot of whiskey
  16. An injection of a drug or vaccine
    • - Jerry gave the monkey a shot of a sedative
  17. The launch of a space rocket
    • - a moon shot

  1. changeable: varying in color when seen in different lights or from different angles; "changeable taffeta"; "chatoyant (or shot) silk"; "a dragonfly hovered, vibrating and iridescent"
  2. shooting: the act of firing a projectile; "his shooting was slow but accurate"
  3. a solid missile discharged from a firearm; "the shot buzzed past his ear"
  4. stroke: (sports) the act of swinging or striking at a ball with a club or racket or bat or cue or hand; "it took two strokes to get out of the bunker"; "a good shot requires good balance and tempo"; "he left me an almost impossible shot"
  5. a chance to do something; "he wanted a shot at the champion"
  6. a person who shoots (usually with respect to their ability to shoot); "he is a crack shot"; "a poor shooter"
  7. Showt (شُط and شوط, also Romanized as Shot and Shoţ) is a town in Maku County, West Azerbaijan province, in northwestern Iran. In 2006 census, the town had a population of 19,759. It is the administrative seat of Showt County.
  8. Shot is an album by the band The Jesus Lizard, its first release on Capitol Records. Impressed by his work on the album "Houdini" by the Melvins, the band hired producer GGGarth to record "Shot". ...
  9. A mixed shooter is drink that contains one to four ounces of two or more spirits.
  10. In film, a shot is a continuous strip of motion picture film, created of a series of frames, that runs for an uninterrupted period of time. Shots are generally filmed with a single camera and can be of any duration. ...
  11. Shot, Illusion, New God was the last recording from Gruntruck. It was intended to be a restart of their musical career after their legal battle with Roadrunner Records.
  12. A shot in ice hockey is an attempt by a player to score a goal by striking the puck with their stick in the direction of the net.
  13. The result of launching a projectile or bullet; The act of launching a ball or similar object toward a goal; The heavy iron ball used for the shot put; Small metal balls used as ammunition; An opportunity or attempt; A remark or comment, especially one which is critical or insulting; A punch ...
  14. ("Shots") Based on the Liberty Ballers Drinking Game, which burst into your homes last week, shots are taken when a number of things happen, most of them having to do with Dongaila getting in the game or shooting a basketball.
  15. Shots are usually defined as ECS (extreme close shot), MCS (medium close shot), CS(close shot), MS (medium shot), LS (long shot), MLS (medium long shot) and ELS (extreme long shot). Here is a rough guide:
  16. The main shots are offside forehand, nearside forehand, offside backhand, nearside backhand, below the neck (neckshot), and below the rump (tailshot).
  17. To dream that you are shot, and are feeling the sensations of dying, denotes that you are to meet unexpected abuse from the ill feelings of friends, but if you escape death by waking, you will be fully reconciled with them later on. ...
  18. What the camera sees. For example, TRACKING SHOT would mean that the camera is following a character or character as he walks in a scene. WIDE SHOT would mean that we see every character that appears in the scene, all at once.
  19. All video is made up of shots. A shot is basically from when you press record to when you stop recording. Like the individual photos which make up an album, the shots get put together to make a video.
  20. Equivalent to a single. A double would be two shots.
  21. The act of hitting the ball with the racket.
  22. (JP 1-02, NATO) - In artillery and naval gunfire support, a report that indicates a gun, or guns, have been fired. ...
  23. most often an interview guest and the back of the reporter’s head.  Also used in re: any shot including two people.
  24. Small round pieces of metal with a groove cut half way through, which are attached to fishing line to set the correct buoyancy for a given float.
  25. 1 oz, usually associated with espresso