get shot of something

get shot of something

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • get shot of something — get shot of (someone/something) British, informal to get rid of someone or something. She got shot of her no good husband and went back to university …   New idioms dictionary

  • get shot of — (slang) To get rid of • • • Main Entry: ↑shoot * * * get/be/shot of british informal phrase to get rid of someone or something In the en …   Useful english dictionary

  • get shot of someone — get shot of (someone/something) British, informal to get rid of someone or something. She got shot of her no good husband and went back to university …   New idioms dictionary

  • get shot of — (someone/something) British, informal to get rid of someone or something. She got shot of her no good husband and went back to university …   New idioms dictionary

  • be shot of something — be shot of (someone/something) get shot of (someone/something) to get rid of someone or something. This boy has caused so much trouble that the school just want to be shot of him …   New idioms dictionary

  • get — [get; ] also, although it is considered nonstandard by some [, git] vt. GOT, gotten, getting: see usage note at GOTTEN got, got [ME geten < ON geta, to get, beget, akin to OE gietan (see BEGET, FORGET), Ger gessen in vergessen, forget < IE… …   English World dictionary

  • shot — Ⅰ. shot [1] ► NOUN 1) the firing of a gun or cannon. 2) a person with a specified level of ability in shooting: he was an excellent shot. 3) a hit, stroke, or kick of the ball in sports, in particular an attempt to score. 4) informal an attempt… …   English terms dictionary

  • shot — shot1 [ ʃat ] adjective never before noun INFORMAL injured, damaged, or destroyed: The bones in her wrist were shot. shot to pieces/hell (=severely damaged or completely destroyed): My nerves are completely shot to pieces. be shot through with… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shot — I UK [ʃɒt] / US [ʃɑt] noun Word forms shot : singular shot plural shots *** 1) [countable] an act of firing a gun fire a shot: The man fired two shots from a handgun. a) a bullet that is fired from a gun The third shot hit the officer in the… …   English dictionary

  • shot — 1 noun GUNS/SHOOTING 1 fire a shot to fire a gun: He pulled out his rifle and fired three shots. 2 take a shot at to try to kill or injure someone by firing a gun at them: Someone took a shot at him as he was getting out of his car. 3 SOUND (C)… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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