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  1. shot

    • IPA[SHät]

    美式

    • n.
      the firing of a gun or cannon;an attempt to hit a target by shooting
    • noun: shot, plural noun: shots

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 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 person with a specified level of ability in shooting:

      he was an excellent shot at short and long distances

    • 5. a critical or aggressive remark:

      Paul tried one last shot—“You realize what you want will cost more money?”

    • 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:

      metal fragments and lead shot were sent in all directions

    • 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, especially of distilled liquor:

      he took a shot of whiskey

    • 16. a single serving of espresso:

      steamed milk with a shot of espresso

    • 17. an injection of a drug or vaccine:

      Jerry gave the monkey a shot of a sedative

    • 18. the launch of a space rocket:

      a moon shot

    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • IPA[ʃɒt]

    英式

    • 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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    • IPA[ʃɒt]

    英式

    • 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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    • IPA[SHät]

    美式

    • 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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    • IPA[ʃɒt]

    英式

    • 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[SHät]

    美式

    • n.
      a bill or one's share of it, especially in a pub or bar:
    • he had paid her shot

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