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English-German translation for: [shoot]
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Dictionary English German: [shoot]

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English German
to drop sb. [coll.] [shoot sb.]
348
jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [salopp] [jdn. erschießen]
biol. weapons to fire [shoot] [also of neurons]
299
feuern [schießen] [auch von Neuronen]
weapons to pop sb. [coll.] [shoot sb.]
128
jdn. abknallen [ugs.]
to pepper sb./sth. [fig.] [shoot at, extensively, mostly with small caliber arms]
33
jdn./etw. beschießen
to plug [sl.] [shoot]
27
anschießen
to ding [sl.] [shoot, esp. with a gun]
20
schießen [bes. mit einer Waffe]
to fire [shoot]
9
ballern [ugs.]
[to shoot one's big mouth off] [coll.] [idiom]angeben wie zehn nackte Neger [ugs.] [pej.] [Redewendung]
to down sth. [shoot down an airplane etc.]etw.Akk. abschießen [Flugzeug etc.]
to pepper [shoot, extensively with small caliber arms]pfeffern [österr.] [schießen]
Nouns
hunting hunt [shoot, battue]
18
Treibjagd {f}
entom. T
2 Words
to blow sb. away [coll.] [shoot sb.]jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [salopp] [jdn. kaltblütig erschießen]
mil. to bring sth. down [shoot down an aircraft]etw.Akk. abschießen [ein Flugzeug]
film to do movies [Am.] [coll.] [produce, shoot]Filme drehen
to fire sth. off [shoot]etw. abbrennen [abfeuern]
to hose sb. (down) [sl.] [shoot sb.]jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [salopp] [jdn. kaltblütig erschießen]
bot. for. epicormic shoot [water shoot]Wasserreis {n} [Wasserschoss, -trieb]
bot. for. epicormic shoot [water shoot]Wasserschoss {m} [Wassertrieb, -reis]
bot. for. root sprout [basal shoot]Wurzelbrut {f}
4 Words
weapons to (take a) pop at sb./sth. [coll.] [shoot at]auf jdn./etw. ballern [ugs.]
to get the drop on sb. [Am.] [able to shoot an opponent first]mit einer Waffe schneller sein als jd.
5+ Words
You don't shoot an ambulance. [also fig.] [French proverb] [also: Don't shoot the ambulance.]Man schießt nicht auf einen Krankenwagen. [auch fig.] [vgl. Auf ein Lazarett schießt man nicht.]
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