Shot

Shot may refer to:

  • Shot glass, a small glass used for serving or measuring liquor, hence:
    • Shooter (mixed drink), a mixed alcoholic drink served in a shot glass
  • Shot (filmmaking), a part of a film between two cuts
  • Shot (ice hockey), an attempt to score a goal or points
  • Shot put, an event in track and field athletics
  • Shot silk, a type of silk
  • Showt or ShoĊ£, the city in Iran
  • Shooting (association football), a kicking technique in association football
  • Injection (medicine), an injected dose
  • Home run, in baseball slang

SHOT may stand for:

  • Society for the History of Technology, a professional organization for historians of technology
  • Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show, an annual trade show for the shooting, hunting, and firearms industry
  • Serious Hazards of Transfusion, a "haemovigilance" organization for monitoring blood transfusion errors in the United Kingdom

Shot, in relation to weaponry, may refer to:

  • Shooting, the act of firing a gun
  • Gunshot, discharge of a firearm
  • Ballistic trauma, gunshot injury
  • Lead shot, small balls of metal generally used as weights or as firearm projectiles
  • Round shot, a solid projectile used in muzzle-loading cannon
  • A nuclear weapon test

In music:

  • Shot, an album by The Jesus Lizard
  • "Shot," a song by The Rasmus
  • Shot, Illusion, New God, an EP by Gruntruck
  • Shot Rev. 2.0, a video album by The Sisters of Mercy

Famous quotes containing the word shot:

    What constitutes a real, live human being is more of a mystery than ever these days, and men—each one of whom is a valuable, unique experiment on the part of nature—are shot down wholesale.
    Hermann Hesse (1877–1962)

    What happens is that, as with drugs, he needs a stronger shot each time, and women are just women. The consumption of one woman is the consumption of all. You can’t double the dose.
    Ian Fleming (1908–1964)

    When you have shot one bird flying you have shot all birds flying. They are all different and they fly in different ways but the sensation is the same and the last one is as good as the first.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)