verb (used without object), bul·let·ed, bul·let·ing.
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Idioms for bullet
Origin of bullet
OTHER WORDS FROM bulletbul·let·less, adjectivebul·let·like, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for bullet
Velez said one of the officers was still in his patrol car “when a bullet came through the windshield.”Man shoots at officers, runs over woman with stolen cruiser in Lanham, police say|Katie Mettler, Dana Hedgpeth|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
There’s no silver bullet and it requires a solid foundation of people, process and technology to realize the much-sought-after single customer view.How VF Corp made the single customer view a reality|Sponsored Content: BlueConic|November 5, 2020|Search Engine Land
If more than a decade of work in the marketing trenches has taught me anything, it’s that no silver bullet will make all your problems go away.Four ways to test your marketing ideas instead of trusting blogs|Sarah Fruy|November 4, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Florida agencies have used it to hide the names of officers who sent a 15-year-old boy to the hospital, officers who fired bullets into moving cars and officers who released their K9 dogs on drunk and mentally ill people.How Cops Who Use Force and Even Kill Can Hide Their Names From the Public|by Kenny Jacoby, USA Today and Ryan Gabrielson, ProPublica|October 29, 2020|ProPublica
So, it seems like the industry dodged a bullet, essentially.Many Businesses Thought They Were Insured for a Pandemic. They Weren’t. (Ep. 437)|Stephen J. Dubner|October 29, 2020|Freakonomics
Having just bulleted through his new, supremely pleasurable novel Nobody Move, I hereby nominate Denis Johnson.
Scarcely slowing down, Kinnison bulleted into the turn and through an open, heavily-guarded gate.Triplanetary|Edward Elmer Smith
British Dictionary definitions for bullet
- a small metallic missile enclosed in a cartridge, used as the projectile of a gun, rifle, etc
- the entire cartridge
- the final repayment of a loan that repays the whole of the sum borrowed, as interim payments have been for interest only
- (as modifier)a bullet loan
Derived forms of bulletbullet-like, adjective
Word Origin for bullet
Idioms and Phrases with bullet
see bite the bullet; sweat bullets.