dart

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdɑːrt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɑrt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(därt)


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dart

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [sharp, pointed, spiked, silver, gold, poisonous] dart
  2. [pierced, harmed, sedated, injured] by a dart
  3. killed by a poisonous dart
  4. a [poison, tranquilizer] dart
  5. was [shot, hit] with a [poison] dart
  6. [shoot, fire] a [poison] dart at
  7. the dart had enough tranquilizer for a [grown elephant]
  8. (use) a dart to [kill, sedate] a [deer, bull, lion]
  9. [littered, peppered] with paper darts
  10. made a dart for the [door, other side, exit, bathroom, station]
  11. made a [quick, sudden] dart for the [door]
  12. made a dart across the room
  13. sports: [play, practice, love] darts
  14. sports: [amateur, professional, club, pub] darts
  15. sports: the [world, national, British] championship of darts
v
  1. darted in and out (of)
  2. dart out of the [room, way]
  3. the [deer, fox] darted out in front of [me, the car]
  4. dart across the [road, street]
  5. darted (out) into the [road, street, open]
  6. darted out from [behind, the bushes, the alley]
  7. his eyes darted [around the room, from side to side]
  8. darted from [one place] to [another]
  9. dart a [look, glance] (at)
n as adj
  1. sports: a professional darts player
  2. sports: a darts [tournament, league, championship]
  3. sports: is (the) [world, national, British] darts champion
  4. sports: the dart board
  5. a dart gun
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