Synsets for "gun down"

Synset: gun_down.v.01

Synonyms: gun_down

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: strike down or shoot down

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Lemmas: gun_down

Hypernym: shoot

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Delaware Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement “Three Gun Wilson swoops down on Newark bootleggers”
St Arnaud, Victoria Affiliated with the Australian Clay Target Association, the St Arnaud Gun Club hosts down-the-line shoots each month (except January). With three layouts, the gun club provides for traditional down-the-line, continental and ball trap events.
Electro Man Jacek is armed with a gun which can be upgraded by collecting special batteries. A special meter on the right-hand side of the screen shows the current firepower of the gun. There is a limited number of shots of each power level available — once these run out, the firepower of the gun falls down by one level. At higher firepower levels the gun's rate of fire drops down, forcing the player to wait for the gun to cool down before firing again; the temperature of the gun is indicated by another meter on the left-hand side. Touching a checkpoint causes the gun's power level to drop down back to zero.
Razee Three 64-gun ships were cut down (razeed) in 1794 into 44-gun frigates. The most successful was HMS "Indefatigable" which was commanded by Sir Edward Pellew.
RAF Joyce Green Zeppelins generated enough fear that the lord mayor of London offered a £500 prize to the first pilot or gun crew to shoot one down on British soil, an award claimed by members of an anti-aircraft gun emplacement sited on the Brent at Dartford. The gun crew played an important part in bringing down Zeppelin L15.
Anti-Aircraft (video game) Each player controls an anti-aircraft gun located in the lower left and right corners of the screen, respectively. A player's gun is controlled by three buttons located in each player's control station, which consists of a button for moving up, down, and firing. The up and down buttons move the gun to any one of three predefined positions.
Jim Jones at Botany Bay I'll get the bastards one and all, I'll gun the floggers down.
The Day of the Troll After a face-off, Petra stands down, and Bryant tells Chavez to put his gun away.
Skoda 75 mm Model 1936 The Skoda 75 mm Model 1936 (75 mm M.36) was a mountain gun manufactured by Skoda Works, in Czechoslovakia, and a variant was produced in Russia (as the 76 mm mountain gun M1938). Skoda also produced a handful of the 76.2 mm variant. For transport, the gun could be broken down into 3 sections, and further broken down into ten loads. The gun crew was protected by an armoured shield.
1794 razees In 1794, three 64-gun third-rate ships were cut down to 44-gun fifth-rate frigates with a primary armament of 24-pounder guns, in a process known as razeeing. This was in response to rumours then circulating of very large French frigates supposed to be under construction. By Admiralty Order of 11 August 1794, two 64-gun ships of the "Intrepid" class - "Anson" and "Magnanime" - were to be cut down by one deck level. By a subsequent Admiralty Order of 8 September 1794, a third 64-gun ship - the "Indefatigable" of the "Ardent" class - which had been launched but never commissioned in 1784, was similarly to be cut down.
The Black Ryder "Sweet Come Down" was featured in 2014 major motion picture "Son of a Gun" starring Ewan McGregor.
40oz. to Freedom The song "Don't Push" contains lyrics from the Beastie Boys song "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun".
Terrorist incidents in Pakistan in 2015 11 April – Militants gun down 20 laborers and injure 3 others in Turbat's Gogdan area in Balochistan.
Stealth (film) Roger Ebert commented that the film was "a dumbed-down "Top Gun" crossed with the HAL 9000 plot from ""."
HMS Havannah (1811) In 1845 she was cut down to a 24-gun sixth rate corvette carrying 32-pounder (40cwt) guns.
Rivet gun The slow-hitting gun strikes multiple blows as long as the trigger is held down. The repetition rate is about 2,500 blows-per-minute (bpm). It is easier to control than a one-hit gun. This is probably the most common type of rivet gun in use.
Gun money The name "gun money" stems from the idea that they were minted from melted down guns. However, many other brass objects, such as church bells, were also used.
Suprême NTM The group is outspokenly critical of racism and class inequality in French society, and while their earlier music is violent, some of their later work, such as ""Pose ton Gun"" ("Put down your Gun"), is explicitly anti-violent.
1719 Establishment Two 80-gun ships were rebuilt to these dimensions - the "Boyne" in 1736–1739 and "Cumberland" in 1734–1739. The "Cumberland" was cut down a deck into a 66-gun ship in 1747–1748.
1719 Establishment One ship ("Culloden") was built to the 1741 dimensions for 80-gun ships, but during construction was cut down a deck and completed in 1747 as a 74-gun two-decker ship with the following armament: