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one-shot British & World English

Achieved with a single attempt or action

have shot one's bolt in bolt1 British & World English

Have done all that is in one’s power

have shot one's bolt British & World English

Have done all that is in one’s power

give it one's best shot British & World English

Do the best that one can

not have a shot in one's locker British & World English

Have no money or chances left

shoot someone/thing up in shoot British & World English

Cause great damage to something by shooting

shoot up in shoot British & World English

Inject oneself (or someone else) with a narcotic drug

shoot someone/thing up British & World English

Cause great damage to something by shooting

shoot up in shoot someone/thing up British & World English

Inject oneself (or someone else) with a narcotic drug

shoot someone/thing down in shoot British & World English

Bring down an aircraft or missile by shooting at it

shoot someone/thing down British & World English

Bring down an aircraft or missile by shooting at it

shoot one's cuffs in shoot British & World English

Pull one’s shirt cuffs out to project beyond the cuffs of one’s jacket or coat

shoot one's cuffs British & World English

Pull one’s shirt cuffs out to project beyond the cuffs of one’s jacket or coat

shoot one's mouth off in shoot British & World English

Talk boastfully or indiscreetly

shoot one's mouth off British & World English

Talk boastfully or indiscreetly

one-shot English-Spanish

de efecto inmediato

to have a shot in the/one's locker in shot English-Spanish

tener* una carta en la manga, tener* una baza guardada

their record shot straight to number one in shoot English-Spanish

su disco subió directamente al número uno