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shot

adjective (FREE) 自由的     /ʃɒt/ US  /ʃɑːt/
get/be shot of sth UK informal
to get rid of or free of something, or to leave something 擺脫;除去;離開 I can't wait to get shot of this office for a week. 我迫不急待地要離開這間辦公室一個禮拜的時間。 I suspect he left home to get shot of that awful mother of his. 我猜測他離家是爲了擺脫他那位不可理喻的母親。 Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
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