Noun(1) a new branch(2) the act of shooting at targets
Verb(1) hit with a missile from a weapon(2) kill by firing a missile(3) fire a shot(4) make a film or photograph of something(5) send forth suddenly, intensely, swiftly(6) run or move very quickly or hastily(7) move quickly and violently(8) throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective(9) record on photographic film(10) emit (as light, flame, or fumes(11) cause a sharp and sudden pain in(12) force or drive (a fluid or gas(13) variegate by interweaving weft threads of different colors(14) throw dice, as in a crap game(15) spend frivolously and unwisely(16) score
(1) In traffic, great goal scorers still have the ability to shoot the puck and score.(2) Cloud looked up at the mountain ahead of them and saw lightning shoot across the area.(3) And during the shoot in Norway, John risked his life by performing a series of extreme stunts on ice.(4) a photo shoot(5) I swooshed down the shoot and collided with the wave from the bowl.(6) The pain can shoot down your lower back into your buttocks, or down your leg.(7) after school, we'd go straight out in the alley to shoot baskets(8) those of you looking for adventure can shoot the rapids(9) We went into town and ate, then went to shoot some pool.(10) Still she performed like a trooper and actually did the shoot so kudos to her.(11) The longer races are natural for me because - shoot ! - I got my early training chasing the bicycle team around town.(12) a road that seemed to just shoot upward at a terrifying angle(13) Take in 300-500 grams of carbs divided among four to seven meals starting the day before your shoot .(14) But they also beg the question, why don't all people drink excessively, gamble away their savings, and shoot heroin?(15) Moss's contention that these lands have been manipulated for producing more game to shoot is historically correct, but that is changing too.(16) to shoot sb for plotting a revolution
(1) shoot up :: in die Höhe schießen
(2) to shoot :: schießen
(3) photo shoot :: Fotoshooting
(4) shoot down :: abschießen
(5) shoot off :: abschießen
(6) bamboo shoot :: Bambussprossen
(7) shoot the moon :: schießen den Mond
(8) good shoot :: guter Schuss
(9) shoot through :: durchschießen
1. sprout ::
2. gun down ::
3. fire ::
4. discharge ::
5. race ::
6. sprout ::
7. film ::
8. pip ::
9. blast ::
10. snap ::
11. inject ::
12. take ::
13. shoot down ::
14. hit ::
15. bourgeon ::
16. frivol away ::
17. dart ::
1. crawl ::
2. creep ::
3. poke ::
shoot, shooting, shootings, shoots
Word Example from TV Shows
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You won't SHOOT the governor,
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 3
Shoot me in the foot."
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 16
...they just take her out
and SHOOT her between the eyes.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 12
-They're going to SHOOT.
-I request to open fire."
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4
-Nairobi, get out of there!
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 8
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