[shoo-ting for 1; shoot-n, shoo-ting for 2] /ˈʃu tɪŋ for 1; ˈʃut n, ˈʃu tɪŋ for 2/
a contest in marksmanship.
a number of persons or things collectively.
everything involved with a particular matter:
He decided to sell the whole shooting match—his house, furniture, and car.
noun 1. a motion-picture scenario having the scenes arranged in the order in which they are to be photographed. shooting script noun 1. (films) written instructions indicating to the cameraman the order of shooting
noun 1. meteor (def 1b). 2. Also called American cowslip, prairie pointer. any of several North American plants of the genus Dodecatheon, especially D. meadia, having pink or white flowers with reflexed petals and stamens forming a pointed beak. shooting star noun 1. an informal name for meteor shooting star (sh’tĭng) See meteor.
noun 1. a device resembling a cane or walking stick, with a spike on one end and a small, folding seat on the other, often used by spectators at outdoor sporting events. shooting stick noun 1. a device that resembles a walking stick, having a spike at one end and a folding seat at the […]
noun 1. open conflict between hostile nations involving direct military engagements. shooting iron