shoot verb (WEAPON)
If he's not armed, don't shoot. 如果他沒帶武器，就不要開槍。
- The prisoners were put up against a wall and shot.
- He was shot at close range.
- Inner-city riots erupted when a local man was shot by police.
- Three youths have been shot and killed in separate incidents this month.
- He was shot down in enemy territory.
shoot verb (SPORT)
- Callas feinted to pass the ball and then shot it into the net.
- Come on, shoot!
- The players seem afraid to shoot when they get near the goal.
- Again, he shoots wide of the net.
- You just have to seize the opportunity and shoot.
shoot verb (MOVE QUICKLY)
informal He shot three sets of traffic lights (= went past them when they gave the signal to stop) before the police caught him. 他被員警逮住前已連闖了三個紅燈。
- He suddenly got up and shot out of the room.
- She shot passed me just now.
- I'm just going to shoot off to the shops.
- Anyway, I'd better shoot - bye!
- Several runners had already shot past me.
shoot verb (FILM)
- Her last movie was shot on location in South America.
- Most of the scenes were shot in a studio.
- The urban scenes were shot in Manchester.
- He's just starting shooting his new movie.
- I shot a whole reel of film in the park.
shoot verb (DRUG)
shoot noun (PLANT)
Two weeks after we'd planted the seeds, little green shoots started to appear. 我們撒下種子兩周後，綠色的小苗開始鑽出來。