strike, (struck)

strike, (struck)
أَصَابَ (بِـ)‏ \ shoot, (shot): to strike (sb. or sth.) by firing: He raised his hands and cried, ‘Don’t shoot!’. He shot me in the leg. I shot him dead (I shot him and he died at once). strike, (struck): to give a strong feeling: The explosion struck fear into their hearts. catch, (caught): to get a disease or illness: You’ll catch a cold if you stand in the rain. get, (got, gotten): to catch (an illness); suffer from; I keep getting a pain in my chest.

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