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  1. shoot

    • IPA[ʃuːt]

    英式

    • v.
      kill or wound (a person or animal) with a bullet or arrow;fire a bullet from a gun or discharge an arrow from a bow
    • n.
      a young branch or sucker springing from the main stock of a tree or other plant;an occasion when a group of people hunt and shoot game for sport
    • excl
      used as a euphemism for ‘shit’
    • noun: shoot, plural noun: shoots

    • verb: shoot, 3rd person present: shoots, gerund or present participle: shooting, past tense: shot, past participle: shot

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. 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

    • 2. 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

    • 3. use a firearm with a specified degree of skill:

      we shot well against Spain

    • 4. cause (a gun) to fire:

      I learned to shoot a 9 mm pistol

    • 5. damage or remove (something) with a bullet or missile:

      Guy, shoot their hats off

      they just missed my radiator and shot away my controls

    • 6. hunt game with a gun:

      we go to Scotland to shoot every autumn

    • 7. shoot game over (an estate or other area of countryside):

      at least 90 per cent of our hunting country is shot over

    • 8. shoot game in or on (an estate, cover, etc.):

      Tom and her brothers were out shooting Ardfeochan

    • 9. move or cause to move suddenly and rapidly in a particular direction:

      the car shot forward

      Ward's hand shot out, grabbing his arm

    • 10. 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

    • 11. used to invite a comment or question:

      ‘May I just ask you one more question?’ ‘Shoot.’

    • 12. (of a pain) move with a sharp stabbing sensation:

      Claudia felt a pain shoot through her chest

      a pang of regret shot through her

    • 13. extend sharply in a particular direction:

      a road that seemed to just shoot upwards at a terrifying angle

    • 14. move (a bolt) to fasten or unfasten a door:

      she shot the bolt on the bathroom door

    • 15. (of a boat) sweep swiftly down or under (rapids, a waterfall, or a bridge):

      those of you looking for adventure can shoot the rapids

    • 16. (of a motor vehicle) pass (a traffic light at red):

      drivers could lose their licences for shooting too many red lights

    • 17. (of a ball) dart along the ground after pitching:

      a ball pitching on that spot would sometimes shoot

    • 18. (in soccer, hockey, basketball, etc.) kick, hit, or throw the ball or puck in an attempt to score a goal:

      Williams twice shot wide

      he shot the ball straight at the goalkeeper

    • 19. make (a specified score) for a round of golf:

      in the second round he shot a 65

    • 20. play a game of (pool or dice):

      although we never shot dice, my friends and I played every variation of poker

    • 21. film or photograph (a scene, film, etc.):

      she has just been commissioned to shoot a video

    • 22. (of a plant or seed) send out buds or shoots; germinate:

      some years one or other plant fails to shoot

    • 23. (of a bud or shoot) appear; sprout:

      they move up into the stem where they induce buds to shoot

    • 24. inject oneself or another person with (a narcotic drug):

      he shot dope into his arm

    • 25. plane (the edge of a board) accurately:

      I shot the longer edge down on the planer

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. 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

    • 2. an occasion when a group of people hunt and shoot game for sport:

      a grouse shoot

    • 3. an area of land used for shooting game:

      we rented a rough shoot of about a thousand acres

    • 4. a shooting match:

      activities include a weekly rifle shoot

    • 5. an occasion when a professional photographer takes photographs or when a film or video is being made:

      a photo shoot

      a fashion shoot

    • 6. variant spelling of chute
    • 7. a rapid in a stream:

      follow the portages that skirt all nine shoots of whitewater

    • excl
    • 1. used as a euphemism for ‘shit’:

      shoot, it was a great day to be alive

    • n. 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

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    • n. the firing of a gun or cannon:

    • Mulder killed him with a single shot

      they have fired the opening shot in what's expected to be a savage price war

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    • n.
      the action or practice of shooting with a gun:
    • the events that led up to the shooting of the man

      20,000 fatal shootings a year

    • adj.
      moving or growing quickly:
    • shooting beams of light played over the sea

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    • n.
      the action or practice of shooting with a gun:
    • the events that led up to the shooting of the man

      20,000 fatal shootings a year

    • adj.
      moving or growing quickly:
    • shooting beams of light played over the sea

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    • v.
      past and past participle of shoot
    • adj.
      (of coloured cloth) woven with a warp and weft of different colours, giving a contrasting effect when looked at from different angles:
    • a dress of shot silk

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    • v.
      past and past participle of shoot
    • adj.
      (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

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    • n. a bill or one's share of it, especially in a pub or bar:

    • he had paid her shot

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    • n. a bill or one's share of it, especially in a pub or bar:

    • he had paid her shot

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    • IPA[SHo͞ot]

    美式

    • v.
      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

    • n.
      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
    • excl
      used as a euphemism for ‘shit’:
    • shoot, it was a great day to be alive

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  2. 知識+

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