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shot

noun /ʃot/
a single act of shooting
tiro, disparo
He fired one shot.
the sound of a gun being fired
disparo
He heard a shot.
a throw, hit, turn etc in a game or competition
jugada
It’s your shot Can I have a shot? He played some good shots in that tennis match Good shot!
an attempt
tentativa, intento
I don’t know if I can do that, but I’ll have a shot (at it).
something which is shot or fired, especially small lead bullets used in cartridges
bala, proyectil
lead shot.
a photograph, especially a scene in a film
foto, toma
a close-up shot.
an injection
inyección, pinchazo
The doctor gave me a shot.
a marksman
tirador
He’s a good shot.
shotgun noun a type of rifle that fires shot
escopeta
a double-barrelled shotgun.
like a shot very quickly; eagerly
sin pensárselo, sin dudar
He accepted my invitation like a shot.
a shot in the dark noun a guess based on little or no information
un intento a ciegas
The detective admitted that his decision to check the factory had just been a shot in the dark.
(Definition of shot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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