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shoot in Plants topic

shootshoot2 noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 HBPthe part of a plant that comes up above the ground when it is just beginning to grow, or a new part that grows on an existing plant πŸ”Š Tender green shoots will appear in February.2 TCNan occasion when someone takes photographs or makes a film πŸ”Š a photo shoot sponsored by Kodakon a shoot πŸ”Š She’s out on a video shoot.3 DSan occasion when people shoot birds or animals for sport, or the area of land where they do thison a shoot πŸ”Š The royal party was on a shoot when the incident occurred.4 β†’ green shoots (of recovery)
Examples from the Corpus
shootβ€’ Players from almost every Premier League club were involved in a shoot that took four days and cost Β£400,000.β€’ Some of the guys are going on a duck shoot this weekend.β€’ The bird is served whole on the grapevine shoot and is eaten Tom Jones style.β€’ Stevens had just finished a photo shoot for a clothing company.β€’ Sever each side shoot by pulling away, or cutting if necessary, so that a heel is left attached.β€’ Madeiran willow, with its fine supple shoots, is never allowed to grow tall.β€’ We were led on camel-back to the shoot.β€’ Propagation is done by either dividing the rootstock with shoots or by planting seeds in a container of damp sand or loam.green shootsβ€’ The curtains looked like spring, but a spring that had happened somewhere else: all green shoots and rainfall and blossom.β€’ Clematis so bristles with brittle green shoots in spring that planting then is an anxiety rather than a pleasure.β€’ It can not just point smugly to the late-flowering green shoots of recovery and wait for economic summer to arrive.β€’ If green shoots are now appearing, the media is entitled to claim some credit for watering them.β€’ Using your thumb and index finger, remove soft, new green shoots to just above the set of leaves.β€’ What Forest displayed at Elland Road were not green shoots of recovery but a field of talent in full bloom.β€’ It was weeks before the bulbs in William and Jenny's bowls began to show green shoots.β€’ To claim that a packed Oxford Street is an indication of the green shoots of recovery is surely rather premature.photo shootβ€’ I knew how to juggle photo shoots, prepare catalogs, everything.β€’ The Annie Leibovitz photo shoot went great.β€’ But Carter and Jamison got together for a magazine photo shoot last week.β€’ The rest of the day is a blur of photo shoots, speeches, interviews and endless briefings with his managers.β€’ I do the photo shoots for the covers.β€’ During the photo shoot, a slow stream of curious tourists and bonafide fans wander up for autographs.β€’ The exhibit features 20 color and 10 black-and-white photos shot between 1959 and 1971.on a shootβ€’ He ought to have been off somewhere else on a shoot by now.β€’ If you miss out on shooting a closing shot because of this, the recording will seem to end rather abruptly.