- past participle tense of - to shoot ⇄ shot marathi
- past tense of - to shoot ⇄ shot marathi
- कोळी ⇄ shot marathi
- गुलिका ⇄ shot marathi
- गोळी झाडल्याचा आवाज ⇄ shot marathi
- छर्रा ⇄ shot marathi
- छायाचित्र ⇄ shot marathi
- टोला ⇄ shot marathi
- दणका ⇄ shot marathi
- दृश्य ⇄ shot marathi
- दृश्यचित्र ⇄ shot marathi
- नेम ⇄ shot marathi
- प्रयत्न ⇄ shot marathi
- प्रहार ⇄ shot marathi
- फटका ⇄ shot marathi
- वेध ⇄ shot marathi
shot in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- જુદા જુદા ખૂણેથી જોતાં જુદા જુદા રંગનું દેખાય એવ ી રીતે વણે લું કે રંગેલું ⇄ shot gujarati
- ધૂપછાંવ ⇄ shot gujarati
shot in Hindi हिन्दी
- गंजगोला ⇄ shot hindi
- गणना ⇄ shot hindi
- गोल छूटना ⇄ shot hindi
- गोली चलाने की आवाज़ ⇄ shot hindi
- गोली मारने की क्रिया ⇄ shot hindi
- छर्रा ⇄ shot hindi
- निशानेबाज ⇄ shot hindi
- निशानेबाज़ ⇄ shot hindi
- बंदूक या तोप गोली ⇄ shot hindi
- लक्ष्य ⇄ shot hindi
- लक्ष्यवेधी ⇄ shot hindi
- शॉट ⇄ shot hindi
shot in Kashmiri कॉशुर
- تَصویٖر،شاٹ ⇄ shot kashmiri
- نِشانہ ٕباز ⇄ shot kashmiri
- کوٗشِش ⇄ shot kashmiri
- گوٗلۍ ⇄ shot kashmiri
shot in English
- shot ⇄ adj. 1a. woven or dyed so as to show a play of colors.
Ex. blue silk shot with gold.
b. variable, as a color; changeable.
2. that has grown or sprouted, as a stalk or blade.
3. (Slang, Figurative.) that has been used up, worn oenglish
- shot ⇄ expr. call the shots (or one's shot), (Informal.)
a. to control the proceedings or outcome; direct; manage.
Ex. He let the Republicans call the shots, but when the hearings opened ... he put the responsibility on their shoulders (Atlantic).english
- shot ⇄ expr. like a shot, at once; with great rapidity.
Ex. If anybody can suggest to me anything else that I can do--I'll do it like a shot (Arnold Bennett).english
- shot ⇄ expr. not by a long shot. See under long shot. english
- shot ⇄ expr. put the shot, to send a heavy metal ball as far as one can with one push.
Ex. to put the shot in an athletic contest.english
- shot ⇄ expr. shot in the arm, (Informal.) something that stimulates or revives; incentive; spur.
Ex. As a shot in the arm for industry, there could be generous investment allowances (Sunday Times).english
- shot ⇄ expr. shot in the dark, (Informal.) a guess based upon little or no evidence; wild guess.
Ex. [He] really had no facts of any substance. ... His innuendos about ""covering up"" were mere shots in the dark (Blair Fraser).english
- shot ⇄ expr. shot through with, full of.
Ex. a composition shot through with errors, speeches shot through with wit. It was an immense ... rabbit warren shot through with a network of narrow paths (New Yorker).english
- shot ⇄ expr. stand shot, to meet the expense; pay the bill.
Ex. Are you going to stand shot to all this good liquor? (Scott).english
- shot ⇄ noun 1a. the discharge as of a gun, cannon, or bow.
Ex. to fire a shot. He heard two shots.
b. the act of shooting.
Ex. ... taken without shot or slaughter (Charles Kingsley).
2. what is discharged in shooting:
a. tiny baenglish
- shot ⇄ shot (1), noun, pl.shotsor (for 2)shotorshots,verb, shotted,shotting. english
- shot ⇄ shot (2), verb, adjective.
verb the past tense and past participle of shoot.
Ex. Many years ago he shot a rival and was himself shot in revenge.english
- shot ⇄ split stroke orshot
(Croquet.) a stroke or shot made in such a way that two balls placed in contact are driven in different directions.english
- shot ⇄ v.t. 1. to load with shot; furnish with shot.
Ex. Her [a ship's] shotted guns were discharging (Scott).
2. to weigh by attaching a shot or shots.
3. to attempt; try.english