shot noun (SPORT)
And that was a great shot by Márquez! 那是馬奎斯擊出的精彩好球！
- He scored with a cracking shot into the back of the goal.
- The crowd cheered as the goalkeeper deflected the shot.
- His angled shot beat the goalkeeper from 20 yards.
- He feinted a shot to the left.
- Vilas misdirected the shot, and the ball went over the net.
shot noun (WEAPON)
- He fired six shots at the target.
- They fired off several shots to frighten us.
- Do you mind if I have a few practice shots before we start the game?
- I had four shots but I didn't even hit the target.
- The police fired warning shots but the protesters took no notice.
shot noun (ATTEMPT)
- He decided to have a shot at building his own house.
- You can't open the lock? Let me have a shot at it.
shot noun (PHOTOGRAPH/FILM)
- The movie opens with a dreamy shot of a sunset.
- The movie opens with a shot of a climber dangling from a precipice.
- The movie ends with a long tracking shot around the deserted house.
- I got a wonderful shot of the kids on the boat.
- I've taken some of my best shots with this camera.