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shoot /ʃuːt/ verb (past tense and past participle shot /ʃɒt $ ʃɑːt/)

Irregular Forms: (shot)


تیر زدن ، ]هدف گرفتن شکار ، زخمی کردن یا کشتن شکار هدف تیراندازی ، تیراندازی کردن ، زدن با تیر ، پرتاب کردن اندازه گیری کردن ارتفاع خورشید ، رصد کردن خورشید یاستارگان باارتفاع سنج ، تیرباران کردن ، پرتاب کردن گلوله ، درکردن (گلوله وغیره) ، رها کردن (از کمان وغیره) ، پرتاب کردن ، گلوله زدن ، رها شدن ، امپول زدن ، فیلمبرداری کردن ، عکسبرداری کردن ، درد کردن ، سوزش داشتن ، جوانه زدن ، انشعاب ، رویش انشعابی ، رویش شاخه ، درد ، حرکت تند وچابک ، رگه معدن ، قانون ـ فقه: تیر باران کردن ، ورزش: جمع کردن پا و پرت کردن انها همراه با راست کردن سریع بدن ، علوم نظامی: برد گلوله ، علوم دریایی: - take a sight
shoot
[verb]
Synonyms:
- hit, blast (slang), bring down, kill, open fire, plug (slang)
- fire, discharge, emit, fling, hurl, launch, project, propel
- speed, bolt, charge, dart, dash, fly, hurtle, race, rush, streak, tear
[noun]
Synonyms:
- branch, bud, offshoot, sprig, sprout
Related Idioms: let fly
Related Words: trigger, launch, project, expel, blast, poop, gallop, highball, hotfoot, spurt
English Thesaurus: shoot, fire, launch, open fire, shell, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. shoot1 S2 W2 /ʃuːt/ verb (past tense and past participle shot /ʃɒt $ ʃɑːt/)
[Language: Old English; Origin: sceotan]

1. KILL/INJURE [transitive] to deliberately kill or injure someone using a gun:
Police shot one suspect when he pulled a gun on them.
Smith killed his wife, and then shot himself.
A woman was shot dead in an attempted robbery.
shoot somebody in the leg/head etc
He had been shot in the back while trying to escape.
The guards have orders to shoot intruders on sight (=shoot them as soon as they see them).

2. FIRE A GUN ETC [intransitive and transitive] to make a bullet or arrow come from a weapon:
Don’t shoot! I’m coming out with my hands up.
shoot at
Two guys walked in and started shooting at people.
The soldiers had orders to shoot to kill (=shoot at someone with the intention of killing them).
shoot bullets/arrows
They shot arrows from behind the thick bushes.
shoot a gun/rifle etc
Tod’s grandfather taught him to shoot a rifle.

3. BIRDS/ANIMALS [intransitive and transitive] to shoot and kill animals or birds as a sport:
They spent the weekend in Scotland shooting grouse.

4. MOVE QUICKLY [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] to move quickly in a particular direction, or to make something move in this way:
She shot past me into the house.
The cat shot across the garden.
‘Where does cotton come from?’ Ron’s hand shot up. ‘America, Miss!’
The fountain shoots water 20 feet into the air.

5. TRY TO SCORE [intransitive and transitive] to kick or throw a ball in a sport such as football or basketball towards the place where you can get a point:
Giggs shot from the halfway line.

6. LOOK AT SOMEBODY shoot somebody a look/glance (also shoot a glance at somebody) to look at someone quickly, especially so that other people do not see, to show them how you feel
shoot somebody a quick/sharp/warning etc look/glance
‘You’re welcome to stay as long as you like.’ Michelle shot him a furious glance.
Jack shot an anxious look at his mother.

7. PHOTOGRAPH/FILM [intransitive and transitive] to take photographs or make a film of something Synonym : film:
The movie was shot in New Zealand.

8. PAIN [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if pain shoots through your body, you feel it going quickly through it
shoot through/along
A sharp pain suddenly shot along his arm.
shooting pains (=continuous short pains passing through your body)

9. shoot it out (with somebody) if people shoot it out, they fight using guns, especially until one person or group is killed or defeated by the other:
a scene in which the cops shoot it out with the drug dealers

10. shoot yourself in the foot to say or do something stupid that will cause you a lot of trouble:
If he keeps talking, pretty soon he’ll shoot himself in the foot.

11. shoot questions at somebody to ask someone a lot of questions very quickly:
The prosecutor shot a series of rapid questions at Hendrickson.

12. shoot your mouth off informal to talk about something that you should not talk about or that you know nothing about:
Don’t go shooting your mouth off.

13. shoot the bull/breeze American English informal to have an informal conversation about unimportant things:
Cal and I were sitting on the porch, shooting the breeze.

14. shoot American English spoken used to tell someone to start speaking:
‘I have a few questions.’ ‘OK, shoot.’

15. shoot from the hip to say what you think in a direct way, or make a decision very quickly, without thinking about it first

16. shoot to fame/stardom/prominence to suddenly become very famous:
Brian, an air steward, shot to fame on the television show ‘Big Brother’.

17. shoot to number one/to the top of the charts etc to suddenly become very successful in the popular music CHARTS (=the list of records that have sold the most copies that week):
Westlife’s new album shot straight to the top of the charts.

18. shoot hoops/baskets informal to practise throwing basketballs into the basket

19. shoot the rapids to sail a small boat along a river that is moving very fast over rocks, as a sport:
He was shooting the rapids when his canoe capsized.

20. shoot pool informal to play the game of pool

21. shoot craps American English informal to play the game of CRAPS

22. PLANTS [intransitive] if a plant shoots, a new part of it starts to grow, especially a new stem and leaves

23. LOCK ON A DOOR [transitive] to move the bolt on a door so that it is in the locked or unlocked position

24. have shot your bolt British English, have shot your wad American English informal to have used all of your money, power, energy etc

25. shoot your load informal to ejaculate
blame/shoot the messenger at messenger1(2)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. shoot2 noun [countable]

1. the part of a plant that comes up above the ground when it is just beginning to grow, or a new part that grows on an existing plant:
Tender green shoots will appear in February.

2. an occasion when someone takes photographs or makes a film:
a photo shoot sponsored by Kodak
on a shoot
She’s out on a video shoot.

3. an occasion when people shoot birds or animals for sport, or the area of land where they do this
on a shoot
The royal party was on a shoot when the incident occurred.

4. green shoots (of recovery) British English the first sign that a situation is improving, especially an economic situation

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. shoot3 interjection American English informal
[Date: 1900-2000; Origin: Used to avoid saying shit]
used to show that you are annoyed or disappointed about something:
Oh, shoot! I forgot to buy milk.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

shoot
noun
I. new part of a plant
ADJ. fresh, green, new, tender, young | flowering | lateral, side | bamboo
VERB + SHOOT have This plant hasn't got any shoots yet.
develop, produce, put out, send out These shrubs will need more light to produce flowering shoots.
SHOOT + VERB appear, come up, develop, emerge, grow, sport Keep the bulbs in a cool dark place until shoots appear.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

shoot
II. occasion when you photograph sb/sth
ADJ. fashion, film, photo, photographic, video a five-day photo shoot in Cyprus
location
PREP. on a/the ~ He goes out on shoots with very little equipment.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

shoot
verb
ADV. straight She practised for days until she could shoot straight.
accidentally He accidentally shot himself in the foot.
fatally Four policemen were fatally shot in the incident.
summarily If caught, the men could be summarily shot as spies.
back If they shoot, we shoot back.
VERB + SHOOT want to | threaten to | be going to I thought for a moment that he was going to shoot.
try to
PREP. at soldiers shooting at a target
with She was shot with a small automatic pistol.
PHRASES shoot (sb) on sight Any intruders will be shot on sight.
shoot sb dead The police shot him dead.
shoot sb in the arm, leg, chest, etc., shoot to kill The soldiers were told to shoot to kill.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

shoot
verb
1.
BAD: The day after his 35th birthday, he shot 22 innocent people to death.
GOOD: The day after his 35th birthday, he shot dead 22 innocent people.
BAD: The prisoners were either hanged or shot to death.
GOOD: The prisoners were either hanged or shot.

Usage Note:
beat/hack/stab sb to death BUT shoot sb dead or shoot and kill sb (NOT shoot sb to death ): 'Hector Petersen was shot dead by South African police in June 1976.'
Note that shoot by itself can mean 'shoot and kill': 'After shooting his victims, he buried the bodies in a nearby field.'

2.
BAD: Someone in the crowd ran up and shot a gun to the president.
GOOD: Someone in the crowd ran up and fired a gun at the president.

Usage Note:
fire a gun (at sb ), NOT shoot a gun : 'As part of the celebration they drove through the streets firing guns in the air.'
Note the alternative: 'Someone in the crowd ran up and fired at the president.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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