shoot away


w>shoot away

(= move rapidly)davonschießen, losjagen
(= shoot continuously)schießen; we shot away at them for two hourswir beschossen sie zwei Stunden lang; shoot away! (fig inf)schieß los!
vt sepwegschießen
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