English

Detailed Synonyms for shooting in English

shooting:

shooting [the ~] noun

  1. the shooting
    the shooting; the fire
  2. the shooting
    the shelling; the shooting
  3. the shooting
    the shooting
  4. the shooting
    – the act of firing a projectile 1
    the shot; the shooting
    – the act of firing a projectile 1
    • shot [the ~] noun
    • shooting [the ~] noun
      • his shooting was slow but accurate1
  5. the shooting
    – killing someone by gunfire 1
    the shooting
    – killing someone by gunfire 1
    • shooting [the ~] noun
      • when the shooting stopped there were three dead bodies1

shooting

  1. shooting

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Related Definitions for "shooting":

  1. the act of firing a projectile1
    • his shooting was slow but accurate1
  2. killing someone by gunfire1
    • when the shooting stopped there were three dead bodies1

shoot:

to shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)

  1. to shoot
    to shoot; fusillade; to fire; to fire a shot
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • fusillade verb
    • fire verb (fires, fired, firing)
    • fire a shot verb (fires a shot, fired a shot, firing a shot)
  2. to shoot
    to shoot; fire at
  3. to shoot
    – make a film or photograph of something 1
    to film; to shoot
    – make a film or photograph of something 1
    • film verb (films, filmed, filming)
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot a movie1
  4. to shoot
    – make a film or photograph of something 1
    to adapt for the screen
    • adapt for the screen verb (adapts for the screen, adapted for the screen, adapting for the screen)
    to film; to shoot
    – make a film or photograph of something 1
    • film verb (films, filmed, filming)
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot a movie1
  5. to shoot
    – make a film or photograph of something 1
    to take; to shoot; to film
    – make a film or photograph of something 1
    • take verb (takes, took, taking)
      • take a scene1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot a movie1
    • film verb (films, filmed, filming)
  6. to shoot
    – give an injection to 1
    to shoot; to inject
    – give an injection to 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • inject verb (injects, injected, injecting)
      • We injected the glucose into the patient's vein1
  7. to shoot
    – produce buds, branches, or germinate 1
    to shoot; to sprout; to germinate; spud; burgeon forth; pullulate; bourgeon
    – produce buds, branches, or germinate 1
  8. to shoot
    – measure the altitude of by using a sextant 1
    to shoot
    – measure the altitude of by using a sextant 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot a star1
  9. to shoot
    – utter fast and forcefully 1
    to shoot
    – utter fast and forcefully 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • She shot back an answer1
  10. to shoot
    – record on photographic film 1
    to snap; to shoot; to photograph
    – record on photographic film 1
    • snap verb (snaps, snapped, snapping)
      • She snapped a picture of the President1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • photograph verb (photographs, photographed, photographing)
      • I photographed the scene of the accident1
  11. to shoot
    – score 1
    to shoot
    – score 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot a basket1
      • shoot a goal1
  12. to shoot
    – fire a shot 1
    to blast; to shoot
    – fire a shot 1
    • blast verb (blasts, blasted, blasting)
      • the gunman blasted away1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
  13. to shoot
    – hit with a missile from a weapon 1
    to hit; to shoot; pip
    – hit with a missile from a weapon 1
    • hit verb (hits, hit, hitting)
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • pip verb
  14. to shoot
    – spend frivolously and unwisely 1
    to fool; to dissipate; to shoot; fritter; to fritter away; fool away; frivol away
    – spend frivolously and unwisely 1
  15. to shoot
    – throw dice, as in a crap game 1
    to shoot
    – throw dice, as in a crap game 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
  16. to shoot
    – variegate by interweaving weft threads of different colors 1
    to shoot
    – variegate by interweaving weft threads of different colors 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot cloth1
  17. to shoot
    – force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing 1
    to shoot; to inject
    – force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • inject verb (injects, injected, injecting)
      • inject hydrogen into the balloon1
  18. to shoot
    – throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective 1
    to shoot
    – throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot craps1
      • shoot a golf ball1
  19. to shoot
    – move quickly and violently 1
    to charge; to tear; to buck; to shoot; to shoot down
    – move quickly and violently 1
    • charge verb (charges, charged, charging)
      • He came charging into my office1
    • tear verb (tears, tore, tearing)
      • The car tore down the street1
    • buck verb (bucks, bucked, bucking)
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • shoot down verb (shoots down, shot down, shooting down)
  20. to shoot
    – run or move very quickly or hastily 1
    to dash; to flash; to shoot; dart; to scoot; scud
    – run or move very quickly or hastily 1
    • dash verb (dashes, dashed, dashing)
      • She dashed into the yard1
    • flash verb (flashes, flashed, flashing)
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • dart verb
    • scoot verb (scoots, scooted, scooting)
    • scud verb
  21. to shoot
    – send forth suddenly, intensely, swiftly 1
    to shoot
    – send forth suddenly, intensely, swiftly 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • shoot a glance1
  22. to shoot
    – cause a sharp and sudden pain in 1
    to shoot
    – cause a sharp and sudden pain in 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
      • The pain shot up her leg1
  23. to shoot
    – kill by firing a missile 1
    to shoot; pip
    – kill by firing a missile 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)
    • pip verb
  24. to shoot
    – emit (as light, flame, or fumes) suddenly and forcefully 1
    to shoot
    – emit (as light, flame, or fumes) suddenly and forcefully 1
    • shoot verb (shoots, shot, shooting)

Conjugations for shoot:

present
  1. shoot
  2. shoot
  3. shoots
  4. shoot
  5. shoot
  6. shoot
simple past
  1. shot
  2. shot
  3. shot
  4. shot
  5. shot
  6. shot
present perfect
  1. have shot
  2. have shot
  3. has shot
  4. have shot
  5. have shot
  6. have shot
past continuous
  1. was shooting
  2. were shooting
  3. was shooting
  4. were shooting
  5. were shooting
  6. were shooting
future
  1. shall shoot
  2. will shoot
  3. will shoot
  4. shall shoot
  5. will shoot
  6. will shoot
continuous present
  1. am shooting
  2. are shooting
  3. is shooting
  4. are shooting
  5. are shooting
  6. are shooting
subjunctive
  1. be shot
  2. be shot
  3. be shot
  4. be shot
  5. be shot
  6. be shot
diverse
  1. shoot!
  2. let's shoot!
  3. shot
  4. shooting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

shoot [the ~] noun

  1. the shoot
    the sprout; the shoot; the cutting
  2. the shoot
    the sprig; the sprout; the shoot; the cutting
  3. the shoot
    the hunting party; the hunt; the shooting party; the shoot
  4. the shoot
    the shoot
  5. the shoot
    the twig
    – a small branch or division of a branch (especially a terminal division); usually applied to branches of the current or preceding year 1
    the branch; the sprig; the stick; the scion; the limb; the offspring; the progeny; the shoot; the spray
  6. the shoot
    – the act of shooting at targets 1
    the shoot
    – the act of shooting at targets 1
    • shoot [the ~] noun
      • they hold a shoot every weekend during the summer1
  7. the shoot
    – a new branch 1
    the shoot
    – a new branch 1

shoot

  1. shoot
  2. shoot

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Related Definitions for "shoot":

  1. the act of shooting at targets1
    • they hold a shoot every weekend during the summer1
  2. a new branch1
  3. give an injection to1
  4. produce buds, branches, or germinate1
  5. measure the altitude of by using a sextant1
    • shoot a star1
  6. utter fast and forcefully1
    • She shot back an answer1
  7. make a film or photograph of something1
    • shoot a movie1
  8. record on photographic film1
  9. score1
    • shoot a basket1
    • shoot a goal1
  10. fire a shot1
  11. hit with a missile from a weapon1
  12. spend frivolously and unwisely1
  13. throw dice, as in a crap game1
  14. variegate by interweaving weft threads of different colors1
    • shoot cloth1
  15. force or drive (a fluid or gas) into by piercing1
  16. throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective1
    • shoot craps1
    • shoot a golf ball1
  17. move quickly and violently1
  18. run or move very quickly or hastily1
  19. send forth suddenly, intensely, swiftly1
    • shoot a glance1
  20. cause a sharp and sudden pain in1
    • The pain shot up her leg1
  21. kill by firing a missile1
  22. emit (as light, flame, or fumes) suddenly and forcefully1

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