shot2 [not before noun]
in bad condition because of being used too much or treated badly:
My back tires are shot.
My nerves were shot to pieces after my driving test.
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to get rid of someone or something:
I know the director wants shot of me.
if a piece of cloth is shot through with a colour, it has very small threads of that colour woven into it:
a fine silk shot through with gold threads
to have a lot of a particular quality or feeling:
a charming collection of stories, shot through with a gentle humour