act of shooting a gun, etc.; sound of this
stroke in tennis, billiards, etc. or kick in football
person with regard to his skill in shooting a gun, etc.
nonexplosive metal in the form of cannon balls in former times
photograph or scene photographed; single continous film sequence photographed by one camera
sending up of a space vehicle or rocket
injection of a drug, etc. with a hypodermic needle
attempting to do sth; trying
small amount of whisky, gin, etc.
getting rid of; finished with
woven or dyed so as to show different colours when look at from different angles
worn out; used up
"his shooting was slow but accurate"
"the shot buzzed past his ear"
"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"
"he wanted a shot at the champion"
"he is a crack shot"
"a poor shooter"
"the nurse gave him a flu shot"
"he poured a shot of whiskey"
"his parting shot was `drop dead'"
"she threw shafts of sarcasm"
"she takes a dig at me every chance she gets"
"my snapshots haven't been developed yet"
"he tried to get unposed shots of his friends"
"he trained at putting the shot"
"he is still recovering from a shot to his leg"
"I caught him with a solid shot to the chin"
"he gave it his best shot"
"he took a stab at forecasting"
"chatoyant (or shot) silk"
"a dragonfly hovered, vibrating and iridescent"
Several regiments..never..fired a shot.
They heard a shot.
出自： Sir W. Scott