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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis shot reiškia I pt ir pp iš shoot 1. II 1. n 1) šūvis; 2) šaulys; 3) sviedinys; kulka, šratas; not a shot in the locker perk. nė skatiko kišenėje; 2. v užtaisyti (šautuvą) lietuviškai.

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  • /ʃɔt/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The firing or discharge of a weapon, such as a gun.
  • noun: The distance over which something is shot; the range.
  • noun: An attempt to hit a target with a projectile: His shot at the bear missed by inches.
  • noun: An attempt to reach a target with a rocket: a moon shot.
  • noun: Sports An attempt to score in a game, as in soccer or hockey.
  • noun: Baseball A home run.
  • noun: Sports & Games The flight or path of a projectile in a game.
  • noun: Sports & Games A stroke in a game, as in golf or billiards.
  • noun: A pointed or critical remark.
  • noun: Informal An attempt; a try: took a shot at losing weight.
  • noun: Informal A guess.
  • noun: Informal An opportunity: gave him a fair shot at the part in the play.
  • noun: Informal A chance at odds; something to bet on: The horse was a four-to-one shot.
  • noun: A solid projectile designed to be discharged from a firearm or cannon.
  • noun: Such projectiles considered as a group.
  • noun: Tiny lead or steel pellets, especially ones used in a shotgun cartridge.
  • noun: One of these pellets.
  • noun: Sports The heavy metal ball that is put for distance in the shot put.
  • noun: One who shoots in a particular way: a good shot with the rifle and the bow.
  • noun: A charge of explosives used in blasting mine shafts.
  • noun: A detonation of an explosive charge.
  • noun: A photographic view or exposure: got a good shot of that last model.
  • noun: A developed photographic image.
  • noun: A single cinematic take.
  • noun: A hypodermic injection.
  • noun: A small amount given or applied at one time: a shot of oxygen.
  • noun: A drink, especially a jigger of liquor.
  • noun: An amount to be paid, as for drinks; a bill.
  • noun: Nautical A length of chain equal to 15 fathoms (90 feet) in the United States and 12 1/2 fathoms (75 feet) in Great Britain.
  • verb-transitive: To load or weight with shot.
  • idiom: like a shot Very quickly.
  • idiom: shot in the arm Informal Something that boosts one's spirits.
  • idiom: shot in the dark Informal A wild unsubstantiated guess.
  • idiom: shot in the dark Informal An attempt that has little chance of succeeding.
  • verb: Past tense and past participle of shoot.
  • adjective: Of changeable or variegated color; iridescent.
  • adjective: Streaked or flecked with or as if with yarn of a different color: a blue suit shot with purple; a forest glade that was shot with sunlight.
  • adjective: Interspersed or permeated with a distinctive quality: Her apology was shot with irony.
  • adjective: Informal Worn-out; ruined.
  • adjective: Informal Exhausted; thoroughly tired.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • šaulys
  • sviedinys
  • not a shot in the locker perk. nė skatiko kišenėje
  • užtaisyti (šautuvą)
  • šūvis
  • I pt ir pp iš shoot
  • kulka
  • šratas
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