To shoot (a film)

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Definition

a (commercial) shoot: a (commercial) filming, video recording
noun
I will be in the Bahamas working on this commercial shoot all week, it is for a dog food company, I wear a dog costume.

to shoot (a film): to film, to record, to make (a film)
verb
I'm shooting my second film. I shot my first film in New York, but this one is in Ohio!

This is an irregular verb:
I shoot / I shot / I have shot

to shoot (an animal): to fire a gun at, to injure, to kill (an animal)
verb
He tried to shoot me! But luckily his gun had no bullets.

This is an irregular verb:
I shoot / I shot / I have shot

to shoot at (someone): to fire a gun at, to injure, to kill (someone)
verb
This is an irregular verb:
I shoot at / I shot / I have shot

Examples

  • "You tried to shoot but it was too late"
  • "I'll shoot all of you!"
  • "I shoot my troubles!"
  • "Edward : So you're not going to shoot me?"
  • "They shot at me!"
  • "PS: Please try not to shoot any more bears between now and the press conference."
  • "Jean : Okay, so I don't shoot any bugs?"
  • "So I shoot them!"
  • "You mean the guys that faked the moon landing, and shot President Churchill?"
  • "She foolishly tried to steal my best client, so I shot her in the back of the head with a paintball gun."

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