suomi-englanti sanakirja

shot englannista suomeksi

  1. kihtaava

  2. otto, kuva

  3. hyökkäys, sivallus

  4. heitto, potku

  5. ammus, luoti, kuula

  6. näpäys

  7. rokotus, pistos, piikki, ruiske

  8. laukaisu, lähettäminen

  9. paukku, ryyppy

  10. arvaus

  11. lyönti

  12. panos

  13. räjähdyspanos

  14. laukaus

  15. tälli

  16. mahdollisuus

  17. ampuja

  1. kulunut

  2. väsynyt, poikki, puhki

  3. laukaus, iskemä

  4. laukaus

  5. kuula

  6. hauli

  7. mahdollisuus, yritys

  8. pisto, piikki, sivallus

  9. tälli

  10. shotti

  11. tujaus

  12. otto

  13. rokotus, rokote

  14. Substantiivi

shot englanniksi

  1. out|Worn out or broken.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)

  4. 1998, (w), "Thompson Girl", ''(w)'':

  5. Thompson girl, I'm stranded at the Unique Motel / Thompson girl, winterfighter's shot on the car as well
  6. Woven from warp and weft strands of different colours, resulting in an iridescent appearance.

  7. Tired, weary.

  8. Discharged, cleared, or rid ''of'' something.

  9. (RQ:Scott Tales of My Landlord 3)

  10. Scarred silly or crazy of something or someone usually due to a traumatic experience with said fear.

  11. The result of launching a projectile or bullet.

  12. ''The shot was wide off the mark.''

  13. The act of launching a ball or similar object toward a goal.

  14. ''They took the lead on a last-minute shot.''

  15. (quote-journal)

  16. The heavy iron ball used for the put.

  17. ''The shot flew twenty metres, and nearly landed on the judge's foot.''

  18. (senseid) Small metal balls used as ammunition.

  19. Metal balls (or similar) used as ammunition; not necessarily small.

  20. (RQ:Marlowe Tamburlaine)

  21. Someone who shoots (a gun, longbow, etc.); a person reckoned as to their aim.

  22. ''He'd make a bad soldier, since he's a lousy shot.''

  23. *1788, (w), ‘Sir William Mountague’, ''Juvenilia'':

  24. Sir William was a Shot and could not support the idea of losing such a Day, even for such a Cause.
  25. 1902, Robert Marshall Grade, ''The Haunted Major''

  26. 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.
  27. An opportunity or attempt.

  28. ''I'd like just one more shot at winning this game.''

  29. 2009, David P. Murphy, Phil Torcivia, Rebecca Shockley, ''Such a Nice Guy''

  30. You won't see me buying a round of Jägerbombs for girls half my age because I know when I have no shot.
  31. *(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.

  32. A remark or comment, especially one which is critical or insulting.

  33. 2003, Carla Marinucci, " On inauguration eve, 'Aaaarnold' stands tall," ''San Francisco Chronicle'', 16 Nov. (retrieved 18 Apr. 2009):

  34. 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.
  35. A punch or other physical blow.

  36. 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)

  37. ''I'd like a shot of whisky in my coffee.''

  38. A single serving of espresso.

  39. A reckoning, a share of a tavern bill, etc.

  40. ''The Fisher's Garland'' for 1835

  41. Yet still while I have got / Enough to pay the shot / Of Boniface, both gruff and greedy O!
  42. A single snapshot or an unbroken sequence of photographic film exposures, or the digital equivalent; an unedited sequence of frames.

  43. ''We got a good shot of the hummingbirds mating.''

  44. A vaccination or injection.

  45. ''I went to the doctor to get a shot for malaria.''

  46. A run that scores one, two, or three runs (a four run home run is usually referred to as a slam).

  47. ''His solo shot in the seventh inning ended up winning the game.''

  48. Written documentation of a behavior infraction.

  49. A cast of one or more nets.

  50. A place or spot for setting nets.

  51. A single draft or catch of fish made.

  52. (en-past of)

  53. To load (a gun) with shot.

  54. *(quote-book)|(w)|passage=His order to me was, to see the top Chains put upon the Cables, and the Guns shotted.

  55. A charge to be paid, a scot or shout.

  56. ''Drink up. It's his shot.''

  57. (RQ:Homer Chapman Odysseys)

  58. (RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona) welcome to a place till some certain shot be paid and the hostess say "Welcome".

  59. An expression of gratitude, similar to you.

  60. (l) (gloss)

  61. (l) (gloss)

  62. shot (gloss)

  63. (syn)

  64. shot; measure of alcohol