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shootoutnoun [C]

uk   /ˈʃuːt.aʊt/  us   /ˈʃuːt̬-/

shootout noun [C] (guns)

a fight in which two people or two groups of people shoot at each other with guns

shootout noun [C] (football)

→  penalty shootout
Translations of “shootout”
in Chinese (Traditional) (敵對雙方)開槍決勝負,開槍解決問題…
in Chinese (Simplified) (敌对双方)开枪决胜负,开枪解决问题…
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