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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “shoot”

shoot

noun [C usually singular] (FILM)
電影
 
 
/ʃuːt/
when photographers take a series of photographs, usually of the same person or people in the same place
(通常指對同一人在同一地點的)系列拍攝,組照
We did a fashion shoot on the beach, with the girls modelling swimwear.
我們在海灘上拍了一組女模特兒展示泳裝的時裝照。
Photography
(Definition of shoot noun (FILM) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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