shot englannista suomeksi
ammus, luoti, kuula
rokotus, pistos, piikki, ruiske
out|Worn out or broken.
1998, (w), "Thompson Girl", ''(w)'':
- Thompson girl, I'm stranded at the Unique Motel / Thompson girl, winterfighter's shot on the car as well
Woven from warp and weft strands of different colours, resulting in an iridescent appearance.
Discharged, cleared, or rid ''of'' something.
(RQ:Scott Tales of My Landlord 3)
Scarred silly or crazy of something or someone usually due to a traumatic experience with said fear.
The result of launching a projectile or bullet.
''The shot was wide off the mark.''
The act of launching a ball or similar object toward a goal.
''They took the lead on a last-minute shot.''
''The shot flew twenty metres, and nearly landed on the judge's foot.''
(senseid) Small metal balls used as ammunition.
Metal balls (or similar) used as ammunition; not necessarily small.
Someone who shoots (a gun, longbow, etc.); a person reckoned as to their aim.
''He'd make a bad soldier, since he's a lousy shot.''
*1788, (w), ‘Sir William Mountague’, ''Juvenilia'':
- Sir William was a Shot and could not support the idea of losing such a Day, even for such a Cause.
1902, Robert Marshall Grade, ''The Haunted Major''
- As a shot, I will only refer you to my own game-book; and if, after examining the records contained therein, you can show me an equally proficient man in that special line, well — I'll take off my hat to him.
An opportunity or attempt.
''I'd like just one more shot at winning this game.''
2009, David P. Murphy, Phil Torcivia, Rebecca Shockley, ''Such a Nice Guy''
- You won't see me buying a round of Jägerbombs for girls half my age because I know when I have no shot.
*(quote-video game)|title=(w)|genre=fiction|Science Fiction|location=Redwood City|publisher=Electronic Arts|year=2010|platform=PC|oclc=865290061|passage=There are no decent galactic dating services. To have a shot at romance, you need to talk to people.
A remark or comment, especially one which is critical or insulting.
2003, Carla Marinucci, "http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2003/11/16/MNG0E3376S1.DTL On inauguration eve, 'Aaaarnold' stands tall," ''San Francisco Chronicle'', 16 Nov. (retrieved 18 Apr. 2009):
- Schwarzenegger also is taking nasty shots from his own party, as GOP conservatives bash some of his appointments as Kennedyesque and traitorous to party values.
A punch or other physical blow.
A measure of alcohol, usually spirits, as taken either from a shot-glass or directly from the bottle, equivalent to about 44 milliliters; 1.5 ounces. ("pony shot"= 30 milliliters; 1 fluid ounce)
''I'd like a shot of whisky in my coffee.''
A single serving of espresso.
''The Fisher's Garland'' for 1835
- Yet still while I have got / Enough to pay the shot / Of Boniface, both gruff and greedy O!
A single snapshot or an unbroken sequence of photographic film exposures, or the digital equivalent; an unedited sequence of frames.
''We got a good shot of the hummingbirds mating.''
A vaccination or injection.
''I went to the doctor to get a shot for malaria.''
A run that scores one, two, or three runs (a four run home run is usually referred to as a slam).
''His solo shot in the seventh inning ended up winning the game.''
Written documentation of a behavior infraction.
A place or spot for setting nets.
A single draft or catch of fish made.
To load (a gun) with shot.
*(quote-book)|(w)|passage=His order to me was, to see the top Chains put upon the Cables, and the Guns shotted.
''Drink up. It's his shot.''
(RQ:Homer Chapman Odysseys)
(RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona) welcome to a place till some certain shot be paid and the hostess say "Welcome".
An expression of gratitude, similar to you.
shot; measure of alcohol