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Jagdhütte {f}
Jagdhütten {pl}
shooting box; shooting lodge
shooting boxes; shooting lodges
erschießen {vt}
erschießend
erschossen
erschießt
erschoss
to shoot dead, to shoot and kill, to execute by shooting
shooting dead, shooting and killing, executing by shooting
shot dead, shot and killed, executed by shooting
shoots dead, shoots and kills, executes by shooting
shot dead, shot and killed, executed by shooting
Wurfscheibenschießen {n}; Wurftaubenschießen {n}; Tontaubenschießen {n} [sport]
inanimate bird shooting; clay target shooting; clay pigeon shooting
Jagdschein {m} [adm.]
Jagdscheine {pl}
sich einen Jagdschein beschaffen
hunting game shooting licence [Br.] license [Am.]; hunting shooting permit [Am.]
hunting game shooting licences licenses; hunting shooting permits
to take out a hunting game shooting licence license
Sprengung {f}
Sprengungen {pl}
nukleare Sprengung
seismische Sprengung
blasting; exploding; shooting
blastings; explodings
nuclear shooting
shot
Abschussliste {f} (Jagd)
Abschusslisten {pl}
shooting list (hunting)
shooting lists
Stoßlade {f}
Stoßladen {pl}
shooting board
shooting boards
Jagdstock {m}
Jagdstöcke {pl}
shooting stick
shooting sticks
Schießbude {f}
Schießbuden {pl}
shooting gallery
shooting galleries
Schießstand {m}
Schießstände {pl}
shooting stand, rifle range
shooting stands, rifle ranges
Schießstand {m}
Schießstände {pl}
shooting stand; rifle range
shooting stands; rifle ranges
Knarre {f}; Schießeisen {n}; Ballermann {m}; Schießprügel {m} [humor.]; Knallbüchse {f} (Gewehr) [humor.] [ugs.] (Schusswaffe) [mil.]
Knarren {pl}; Schießeisen {pl}; Ballermänner {pl}; Schießprügel {pl}; Knallbüchsen {pl}
shooter; shooting iron [Am.]; gat (pistol revolver); rod [Am.] (pistol revolver) [coll.] (gun)
shooters; shooting irons; gats; rods
Dreharbeiten {pl}; Filmdreh {m} (Film)
shooting; film shooting; filming; making of the film
Dreharbeiten {pl}, Filmdreh {m} (Film)
shooting, film shooting, filming, making of the film
Abschuss {m} (von Tieren)
Wildtiere zum Abschuss freigeben
shooting (of animals)
to permit the shooting of wildlife animals
jdn. erschießen {vt}
erschießend
erschossen
erschießt
erschoss
to shoot db. dead; to shoot and kill sb.; to shoot down <> sb.
shooting dead; shooting and killing; shooting down
shot dead; shot and killed; shot down
shoots dead; shoots and kills
shot dead; shot and killed
Jagdschein {m}
Jagdscheine {pl}
shooting licence, game licence [Br.], hunting license [Am.]
shooting licences, game licences, hunting licenses
auf die Jagd gehen
go shooting
Luftschuss {m}; Luftschuß {m} [alt]
air shooting
schiessend
shooting
scharfschießen
shooting
emporschießend {adj}
shooting
Jagdhuette
shooting box
Jagdrecht
shooting right
auf die Jagd gehen
to go shooting
emporschiessend, scharfschiessen
shooting
zusammenschiessend
shooting down
treffen
shooting
Jagdrecht {n}
shooting right
Stückeschießen {n} [min.]
pop-shooting
Jagdhütte {f}
shooting box
Problembehandlung {f}
trouble-shooting
Sternschnuppe
shooting star
Schiessstaende
shooting stands
Schiessstand
shooting stand
Jagdrechte
shooting rights
Erschießen {n}
shooting dead
totschiessend
shooting to death
Jagdschein
shooting licence
Fehlersuche
trouble-shooting
Jagdferien
shooting holidays
Schützenfest
shooting match
Entenjagd {f}
duck shooting
Jagdausübung {f}
hunting; shooting
stechender Schmerz {m}
shooting pain
Armbrustschießen {n}
crossbow-shooting
Jagdscheine
shooting licences
Fotoshooting {n}
photo shooting
Scharfschießen {n}
live shooting
Schussbein {n} [sport] (Fußball)
shooting foot
Schießerei {f}
Schießereien {pl}
shooting
shootings
Entenjagd
duck shooting
Scharfschiessen
live shooting
Störungssuche
trouble shooting
Jagdhuetten
shooting boxes
Schiessbuden
shooting galleries
Schiessbude
shooting gallery
vorschnellen {vi}
vorschnellend
vorgeschnellt
to shoot out
shooting out
shot out
Du hast die richtige Revolverschnauze! [übtr.]
Stop shooting off your big mouth! [fig.]
Jagdrecht {n} [jur.]
hunting right; shooting right; sporting right
Amoklauf {m}
Amokläufe {pl}
shooting rampage; gun rampage
shooting rampages; gun rampages
durchschießen {vt}
durchschießend
durchgeschossen
to shoot through
shooting through
shot through
Schießeisen {n} [ugs.]
shooting iron, rod, gat [coll.]
Fehlersuche {f}
trouble-shooting, troubleshooting
Wurftaubenschießen {n}
clay pigeon shooting
niederschießen, zusammenschießen, niederknallen [ugs.] {vt}
niederschießend, zusammenschießend, niederknallend
niedergeschossen, zusammengeschossen, niedergeknallt
to shoot down
shooting down
shot down
Jagd {f}
Jagden {pl}
hunt, shoot, shooting
hunts
Eisstockschießen {n} [sport]
ice stick shooting, Bavarian curling
Schießplatz {m}
Schießplätze {pl}
firing range; shooting range
firing ranges; shooting ranges
Sternschnuppe {f}
Sternschnuppen {pl}
shooting star; falling star
shooting stars; falling stars
Jagdgesellschaft {f}
Jagdgesellschaften {pl}
hunting party; shooting party
hunting parties; shooting parties
Eisstockschießen {n} [sport]
ice stick shooting; Bavarian curling
Abschuss {m}; Abschießen {n}; Herunterholen {n} [ugs.] (eines Flugzeugs) [mil.]
shooting-down; bringing-down; downing (of an aircraft)
Schießplatz {m}
Schießplätze {pl}
firing range, shooting range
firing ranges, shooting ranges
Sternschnuppe {f}
Sternschnuppen {pl}
shooting star, falling star
shooting stars, falling stars
Jagd {f}
Jagden {pl}
hunt; shoot; shooting
hunts
Erschießung {f}; Erschießen {n}; Füsilieren {n}
jdn. zum Tod durch Erschießen verurteilen
shooting
to sentence sb. to be executed by firing squad
niederschießen; zusammenschießen; niederknallen [ugs.] {vt}
niederschießend; zusammenschießend; niederknallend
niedergeschossen; zusammengeschossen; niedergeknallt
to shoot down; to gun down
shooting down; gunning down
shot down; gunned down
abdüsen {vi}
abdüsend
abgedüst
to zoom off; to shoot off
zooming off; shooting off
zoomed off; shot off
jdn. anschießen {vt}
anschießend
angeschossen
to shoot and wound sb.
shooting and wounding
shot and wounded
Mauerschütze {m} [hist.]
GDR border guard shooting political fugitives (at the Wall)
Apophyse {f}
apophysis; appophyse; dikelet; off-shooting tongue; (off-)shoot; offset of the bed
Götterblumen {pl} (Dodecatheon) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
shooting stars; American cowslips; sailor caps (botanical genus)
Fehlersuche {f}
error search; fault-finding [Br.]; trouble-shooting troubleshooting [Am.]; service diagnosis
bewaffneter Täter {m}; Schütze {m}
bewaffnete Täter {pl}; Schützen {pl}
Todesschütze {m}
gunman
gunmen
gunman behind responsible for the fatal shooting
Schießarbeit {f} [min.]
blasting; shot firing; shooting; primary blasting
(Flugzeug) abschießen {vt} [mil.]
abschießend
abgeschossen
schießt ab
schoss ab
to shoot down
shooting down
shot down
shoots down
shot down
Schießerei {f}
Schießereien {pl}
shooting; shoot-out
shootings; shoot-outs
Amen {n}
so sicher wie das Amen in der Kirche [übtr.]
amen
as sure as shooting; as sure as eggs is eggs
Entenjagd {f}
Entenjagden {pl}
duck shooting
duck shootings
Scheibenschießen {n}
target practice; target shooting
Jagdgesellschaft {f}
hunting party, shooting party
Scheibenschießen {n}
target practice, target shooting
Zielschießen {n} [mil.]
target practice, target-shooting
Zielschießen {n} [mil.]
target practice; target-shooting
Angriff {m} Schüsse {pl} eines Heckenschützen
sniper attack; sniper shooting
Jagdzeit {f}; Jagdsaison {f}
hunting season; shooting season; open season for game
Amok {m}
Amok laufen (blindwütig töten)
Dann geriet die Sache völlig aus dem Ruder.
amok
to run amok; to go on a gun shooting rampage
This is where things started to run amok.
hochschnellen; in die Höhe schießen; emporschießen [geh.] {vi} (Dinge) [übtr.]
hochschnellend; in die Höhe schießend; emporschießend
hochgeschnellt; in die Höhe geschossen; emporgeschossen
Die Preise schossen in die Höhe.
to shoot up; to rocket; to skyrocket; to surge; to leap (things) [fig.]
shooting up; rocketing; skyrocketing; surging; leaping
shot up; rocketed; skyrocketed; surged; leaped
The prices surged skyrocketed.
totschießen {vt}
totschießend
totgeschossen
to shoot to death
shooting to death
shot to death
filmen, verfilmen, drehen {vt}
filmend, verfilmend, drehend
gefilmt, verfilmt, gedreht
filmt, verfilmt, dreht
filmte, verfilmte, drehte
nicht gefilmt
to film, to shoot
filming, shooting
filmed, shot
filmed, shoots
filmed, shot
unfilmed
(einen Film etc.) drehen {vt}
drehend
gedreht
Der Film ist in Schwarzweiß gedreht.
Der Spielfilm wurde an Originalschauplätzen gedreht.
to shoot (a film etc.)
shooting
shot
The film is shot in black and white.
The feature film was shot at in original locations.
Skeet {n}, Skeetschießen {n} [sport]
skeet, skeet shooting
Jagd {f}, Jagen {n}, Jagd...
auf die Jagd gehen
hunting
to go hunting, to go shooting
Skeet {n}; Skeetschießen {n} [sport]
skeet; skeet shooting
schießen {vt}
schießend
geschossen
schießt
schoss
to shoot {shot, shot}
shooting
shot
shoots
shot
schießen; erlegen {vt} (Tier)
schießend; erlegend
geschossen; erlegt
to shoot {shot; shot}
shooting
shot
Jagdwesen {n}; Jagen {n}; Jagd {f}
auf die Jagd gehen
Hohe Jagd [hist.]
hunting
to go hunting; to go shooting
noble hunting
(Wild) erlegen {vt}
erlegend
erlegt
to shoot {shot; shot}
shooting
shot
(Wild) erlegen {vt}
erlegend
erlegt
to shoot {shot, shot}
shooting
shot
(ein Flugzeug) abschießen; vom Himmel holen; herunterholen [ugs.] {vt} [mil.]
abschießend; vom Himmel holend; herunterholend
abgeschossen; vom Himmel geholt; heruntergeholt
to shoot down; to bring down; to down; to bring to the ground (an aircraft)
shooting down; bringing down; downing; bringing to the ground
shot down; brought down; downed; brought to the ground
(eine Möglichkeit) ausschließen {vt} (wegen etw.)
ausschließend
ausgeschlossen
schließt aus
schloss aus
Das eine schließt das andere nicht aus.
Sie schließt nicht aus dass sie wieder einmal einen Film drehen wird.
Die Alternativlösung wurde wegen zu hoher Kosten ausgeschlossen.
Es ist nicht auszuschließen dass die Transaktion zum Zwecke der Geldwäsche durchgeführt wurde.
Eine Kandidatur kommt wegen seines Alters nicht in Frage.
to rule sth. out; to exclude sth. (as sth.)
ruling out; excluding
ruled out; excluded
rules out; excludes
ruled out; excluded
One does not exclude the other.
She does not rule out exclude the possibility of shooting another film at one time or another.
The alternative solution was ruled out as too expensive.
It cannot be ruled out excluded that the transaction was made for money laundering purposes.
His age rules him out as a candidate.
schießen (auf), erlegen [zool.]
schießend
geschossen
er
sie schießt
ich
er
sie schoss (schoß [alt])
er
sie hat
hatte geschossen
ich
er
sie schösse
to shoot {shot, shot} (at)
shooting
shot
he
she shoots
I
he
she shot
he
she has
had shot
I
he
she would shoot
schießen {vi} (auf)
schießend
geschossen
er sie schießt
ich er sie schoss (schoß [alt])
er sie hat hatte geschossen
ich er sie schösse
to shoot {shot; shot} (at)
shooting
shot
he she shoots
I he she shot
he she has had shot
I he she would shoot

Deutsche Synonyme für Jagdhütte {f} / Jagdhütten {pl}

Englische Synonyme für shooting box; shooting lodge

shooting  acute  acute pain  afflictive  agonizing  antiaircraft fire  archery  atrocious  bane  beheading  bite  biting  blood  bloodletting  bloodshed  boring pain  braining  burning  capital punishment  casting  charley horse  chase  chevy  chivy  chucking  coursing  cramp  cramping  cramps  crick  cross fire  crucifixion  cruel  curtain fire  cynegetics  darting pain  dealing death  decapitation  decollation  defenestration  destruction  destruction of life  direct fire  dispatch  distressing  dry fire  electrocution  euthanasia  excruciating  execution  extermination  falconry  file fire  fire  fire of demolition  firepower  fireworks  firing  flack  flak  flinging  flow of blood  fox hunting  fulgurant pain  fusillade  garrote  gassing  girdle pain  gnawing  gore  grave  griping  ground fire  gunfight  gunfire  gunnery  gunning  gunplay  hanging  hard  harrowing  harsh  hawking  heaving  hemlock  high-angle fire  hitch  horizontal fire  hunt  hunting  hurling  hurtful  hurting  immolation  interdiction fire  jaculation  judicial murder  jumping pain  kill  killing  kink  knifelike  lancinating pain  lapidation  lobbing  machine-gun fire  martyrdom  martyrization  mercy killing  mortar fire  musketry  necktie party  nip  painful  pang  paroxysm  paroxysmal  percussion fire  piercing  pinch  pistol fire  pitching  poignant  poisoning  prick  projection  pungent  racking  raking fire  rapid fire  ricochet fire  rifle fire  ritual killing  ritual murder  sacrifice  seizure  severe  sharp  sharp pain  shellfire  shikar  shoot  shoot-out  shooting pain  skeet  skeet shooting  slaughter  slaying  slinging  spasm  spasmatic  spasmic  spasmodic  sport  sporting  stab  stabbing  stabbing pain  stalking  still hunt  stinging  stitch  stoning  strangling  strangulation  taking of life  the ax  the block  the chair  the gallows  the gas chamber  the guillotine  the hot seat  the rope  thrill  throes  throwing  time fire  tormen  tormenting  torturous  trajection  trapshoot  
shooting star  aerolite  angry clouds  black cat  black clouds  bolide  broken mirror  chondrite  cosmic dust  fireball  gathering clouds  halcyon bird  meteor  meteor crater  meteor dust  meteor shower  meteor swarm  meteor trail  meteor train  meteoric shower  meteorite  meteoroid  meteorolite  micrometeorite  micrometeoroid  owl  radiant  radiant point  rainbow  raven  siderite  siderolite  storm clouds  stormy petrel  tektite  thundercloud  thunderhead  

Lexikoneinträge für shooting

Shooting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Shoot
Shooting (n.) The act of one who, or that which, shoots
Shooting (n.) A wounding or killing with a firearm
Shooting (n.) A sensation of darting pain
Shooting (a.) Of or pertaining to shooting

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

shooting
shot
the act of firing a projectile, his shooting was slow but accurate
skeet
skeet shooting
trapshooting
the sport of shooting at clay pigeons that are hurled upward in such a way as to simulate the flight of a bird
shooting killing someone by gunfire, when the shooting stopped there were three dead bodies
drive-by shooting shooting someone from a car as it is driven past the victim
wing shooting shooting game birds that are flying (on the wing)
crap shooting
crapshoot
crap game
playing craps
pistol
handgun
side arm
shooting iron
a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
shooting brake another name for a station wagon
shooting gallery
shooting range
an enclosed firing range with targets for rifle or handgun practice
shooting gallery a building (usually abandoned) where drug addicts buy and use heroin
shooting lodge
shooting box
a small country house used by hunters during the shooting season
shooting stick device that resembles a spiked walking stick but the top opens into a seat
shooting script the final detailed script for making a movie or TV program
brag
bragging
crow
crowing
vaporing
line-shooting
gasconadea
an instance of boastful talk, his brag is worse than his fight, whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade
shooting preserve a preserve on which hunting is permitted during certain months of the year
meteor
shooting star
a streak of light in the sky at night that results when a meteoroid hits the earth's atmosphere and air friction causes the meteoroid to melt or vaporize or explode
sure as shooting absolutely certain, it is sure as shooting that they will come
surely
certainly
sure
for sure
for certain
sure enough sure as shooting
definitely or positively (`sure' is sometimes used informally for `surely'), the results are surely encouraging, she certainly is a hard worker, it's going to be a good day for sure, they are coming, for certain, they thought he had been killed sure enough, he'll win sure as shooting, they sure smell good, sure he'll come

 

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Shooting is the act or process of discharging firearms or other projectile weapons such as bows or crossbows. Even the firing of artillery, rockets, and missiles can be called shooting. A person who specializes in shooting is a marksman. Shooting can take place in a shooting range or in the field in hunting, in shooting sports, or in combat.
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