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2 Translation results for shot in Spanish

noun | verb

shot noun

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disparo, tiro; perdigones; tiro (en deportes); intento, tentativa; alcance; foto; inyección; trago (de licor)

Example sentences of
shot noun

  • Cannon operators often had to use several shots to figure out the range of their targets.
  • Let's take another shot at the puzzle.
  • She made an appointment for her second vaccination shot.

Synonyms of
shot noun

shoot verb

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shot, has shot, is shooting, shoots
disparar (con un arma de fuego); disparar, tirar; ir rápidamente; pegarle un tiro a, darle un balazo a; lanzar (una pelota, etc.), echar (una mirada); fotografiar; filmar

Example sentences of
shoot verb

  • Does this gun shoot accurately?
  • He shot at the deer.
  • The enemy was shooting at the rescue helicopter.
  • She shot the arrow into the air.
  • I tried shooting a gun for the first time.
  • He shot a spitball into the girl's hair.
  • a stunt in which she was shot from a cannon
  • He shot two deer this hunting season.
  • The police shot the suspect in the leg.
  • She accidentally shot herself in the foot.

Synonyms of
shoot verb

Related phrases for shot

Reverse translation for shot

disparo  - shot 
tiro  - shot, gunshot, shot, kick (in sports), flue, team (of horses, etc.) 
perdigones  - shot, pellet 
tiro  (en deportes) - shot, gunshot, shot, kick (in sports), flue, team (of horses, etc.) 
intento  - intent, intention, attempt, try 
tentativa  - attempt, try 
alcance  - reach, range, scope 
foto  - photo, picture 
inyección  - injection, shot 
trago  (de licor) - swallow, swig, drink, liquor 
disparar  (con un arma de fuego) - to shoot, to shoot, to fire, to pay, to treat to, to buy 
disparar  - to shoot, to shoot, to fire, to pay, to treat to, to buy 
tirar  - to pull, to draw, to throw, to hurl, to toss, to shoot, to throw away, to throw out, to waste, to attract, to knock down, to shoot, to fire, to launch, to get by, to manage, to take (a photo), to print, to run off 
lanzar  (una pelota, etc.) - to throw, to hurl, to pitch, to launch, to roll out 
echar  (una mirada) - to start off, to throw, to cast, to hurl, to throw out, to expel, to emit, give off, to sprout, to put forth, to fire, to dismiss, to put in, to add 
fotografiar  - to photograph 
filmar  - to film, to shoot 
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