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Drug slang verb To inject a drug, usually understood to mean an abuse substance
Forensics To discharge a firearm

shoot

that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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Geri hoped to shoot straight to No1 with the song after a pounds 2million marketing campaign.
In characteristically blunt fashion Goldwater announced his opposition to the military ban by writing in a Washington Post article, "You don't have to be straight to shoot straight.
It provided a forum for much of my conceptual thinking and, very importantly, taught me to rely upon facts and shoot straight from the hip.
There is no real way up or out of darkness, no real way back through constricted caverns clotted with loudening fearfulness, fouled, filthy, crawling toward light, I am reaching for light in a dream, whatever time has passed as my body thickens in middle age, I sweat and shoot straight up, Fowler's position in a hospital bed, dull-eyed to whatever the white-clad apparitions want of me, would have me do, as they try to get in and I try to get out of my head.
A Fine Madness," "The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight," "I Love You, Alice B.