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

    • noun: shoot, plural noun: shoots

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    動詞

    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
    • British an area of land used for shooting game we rented a rough shoot of about a thousand acres
    • a shooting match activities include a weekly rifle shoot
    • 3. an occasion when a professional photographer takes photographs or when a film or video is being made a photo shoot a fashion shoot
    • 4. variant spelling of chute
    • 5. a rapid in a stream follow the portages that skirt all nine shoots of whitewater

    excl

    • 1. North American informal used as a euphemism for ‘shit’ shoot, it was a great day to be alive