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We were ordered not to shoot until he gave the signal.
They were shooting at bottles on a wall.
Armed officers had instructions to shoot the kidnapper on sight.
It’s not clear whether they were shooting to kill.
The man was shot in the head as he left the bar.
Two of our officers were shot dead.
The victim had been shot at close range.
He shot the ball straight at the goalkeeper.
We were all shouting for him to shoot.
The car shot across the road at high speed.
They could see flames shooting into the air.
Journalists were shooting questions at us.
I shot a nervous glance at my partner.
The book has shot straight to the top of the bestseller list.
an appearance that shot her to stardom overnight
We’re going to start shooting early tomorrow morning.
All the outdoor scenes were shot on location in Wales.
He’s a fast-talking interviewer who shoots from the hip.
The government seems to have shot itself in the foot over this issue.
This is the British English definition of shoot. View American English definition of shoot.