Re-Establishing Shot

Technology / Television (TV) / Re-Establishing Shot: A long shot which once again positions the character(s) within the environment of the scene, helping to re-establish character and/or setting: also used as a transitional device.

Other Words for Shot

Shot Adjective Synonyms: discharge, shooting
Shot Noun Synonyms: marksman, markswoman, sharpshooter, sniper, rifleman

Shot On Goal

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Shot On Goal: A shot on goal is a shot that will enter the goal if it is not stopped by the goaltender. A shot on goal must result in either a goal or a save (shots that hit the pipes of the goal are not counted as MORE

Shot Clock

Entertainment / Basketball / Shot Clock: A clock that limits the time a team with the ball has to shoot it. MORE


Entertainment / Golf / Shot: 1. A stroke in golf and its result (assumes contact with the ball) 2. The act (past tense) of playing a stroke 3. Another way (past tense) to refer to one's score for a round of golf, or tournament MORE

Shot-Counter Shot (Shot-Reverse Shot)

Technology / Television (TV) / Shot-Counter Shot (Shot-Reverse Shot): An editing principle of the continuity system that alternates shots, particularly in conversation scenes between two characters. It is a mainstay of the 180 rule and the continuity system. MORE


Entertainment / Golf / Shotgun: (also 'shotgun start') a method of starting a round of golf (usually, but not exclusively, a tournament) where a group starts on each hole at the sound of a shotgun, or simply at a specified time MORE


Entertainment / Golf / Shotmaker: 1. A golfer with a very high skill level and wide variety in terms of controlling trajectory, shape and distance on full shots MORE