Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Shoot"

The meaning of "Shoot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does shoot a video mean?
A: yes they all mean the same thing, just different way of how to say them, if that makes sense..
Q: What does shoot these vídeos mean?
A: Grabar estos videos.
Q: What does shoots mean?
A: usar armas, muy común en los estadios unios

"Trump is hoping one of his supports shoots Clinton"

También podemos "shoot" mensajes, como "echar".
Q: What does shoot the breeze mean?
Q: What does shoot someone from the hip mean?
A: It can also mean to do something without preparation. The preparation in shooting is usually to first aim the gun, so when you shoot from the hip you pull the gun form the holster and shoot immediately, without aiming. In your example the people in question do not have good information about their situation so the phrase means that they should wait until they know more before doing anything.

Example sentences using "Shoot"

Q: Please show me example sentences with long shot.
A: Long shot is an expression you use when you're going to try something, even though it's not likely to succeed.

It's a long shot, but we can look for him there.

It's a long shot, but I'll apply for that job anyway.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/long-shot
Q: Please show me example sentences with would,may,take,give,get,many,in,at,on,very,shoot,rash,ball,.
A: Would you like some water?
May I go to the bathroom please
Take whatever you want
Please give me a hug
I hope you get to know me
I’ve seen many different people today

Some examples
Q: Please show me example sentences with shoot for the moon .
A: "Shoot for the moon" is an expression that means to make high goals.

There is a famous quote that uses that expression.

"'Shoot for the moon. Even if you don't make it, you will land among the stars."
Q: Please show me example sentences with shoot for.
A: Shoot for the stars
Q: Please show me example sentences with shoot the breeze.
A: This isn't a common expression, but here goes:
"Since we had nothing better to do, me and Fred decided to shoot the breeze 'til dinner."
"We were just sitting around shooting the breeze when we heard the news."
"Come over on Sunday. We'll have a beer and shoot the breeze."

Synonyms of "Shoot" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between shoot an arrow and soot a bow ?
A: Do you mean “shoot a bow” if so, both have the same meaning

An arrow is shot from a bow

So you can shoot an arrow from the bow

Or

Shoot a bow, which releases an arrow
Q: What is the difference between shoot for the starts and reach for the sky ?
A: Shoot for the stars describes setting high expectations for yourself, setting goals, having big dreams.

Reach for the sky is a phrase that means "put your hands up and surrender" and usually involves the other person pointing a gun at you. it was used in the 19th century in the American West. There are many movies set in the American West where "gunslingers" and sheriff's use this phrase. it's also used by the toy sheriff doll, Woody, in the Toy Story movies.
Q: What is the difference between she shot me down. and she turned me down. ?
A: I would say they both mean the same thing. If there is any difference, it's subtle. "shot me down" may indicate that she harshly rejected you. While "turned me down" sounds as though the rejection may not have been as harsh or rude. It's a simple matter of connotation.
Q: What is the difference between 1. they shot out on me. and 2. they walked out on me. and 3. they ran out on me. ?
A: I've never heard anyone use that first one. You could say "they shot out of here", but the second two mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between shoot hoops and play basketball ?
A: They are the same.
However "shoot hoops" is a slang. It is not something you should use in formal writing.

Translations of "Shoot"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shoot
A: glad I could help
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shoot
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shoot
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? shoot some hoops
A: to play basketball

Other questions about "Shoot"

Q: What does "lousy shoot" mean?
A:

He was teasing her. He was trying to make her angry by saying something that wasn't true. According to movies, that's apparently how men behave 😁
Q: Please show me how to pronounce shoot a film . ☜☜☜☜

can you speak slowly??
I want to hear a prolonged(long) sound.
Please tell me how to pronounce Well..
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce shoot a film.
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Q: shoot, I'm so sorry. Does this sound natural?
A: no, it’s not rude at all. In fact “shoot” is actually a substitute for “shit”, which is vulgar. Both are also casual, but modern English speakers accept casual speech in most circumstances. The one major exception would be when doing business related activities. There you want to leave out such phrases, as they make you sound unprofessional.
Q: short and shoot, each pronunciacion is natural? or not good?
A: your short sounds kind of like "shart" so your "or" in short needs to to be more pronounced. your shoot sounds perfect!

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