shoot

TO SHOOT  
MEANING  

1. to eject or impel or cause to be ejected or impelled by a sudden release of tension (as of a bowstring or slingshot or by a flick of a finger)
2. to strike with a missile especially from a bow or gun;especially :  to wound or kill with a missile discharged from a bow or firearm
3. to cause to move suddenly or swiftly forward

CONJUGATION  
Base Form with "to": to shoot
Base Form: shoot
Past Simple: shot
Past Participle: shot
Present Participle/Gerund: shooting
3rd Person Singular: shoots
   
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