EN to shoot up
volume_up
{verb}

1. slang

to shoot up
volume_up
chutearse {vb} [Col.] [slg.]

2. other

to shoot up (also: to fire, to go off, to rocket)

3. "inject drugs", slang

to shoot up (also: to mainline, to shoot)
volume_up
picarse {vb} [slg.]
to shoot up (also: to shoot)
volume_up
pincharse {vb} [coll.]

4. "grow tall"

to shoot up

5. colloquial

to shoot up
volume_up
arrancarse {vb} [Chile] [coll.] (precios)
to shoot up
volume_up
estirarse {vb} [Col.] [coll.] (pegar un estirón)

7. "with machine gun", colloquial

to shoot up

8. "with hand gun", colloquial

to shoot up (also: to shoot at)
to shoot up
volume_up
balear {vb} [LAm.]
to shoot up (also: to plug)
volume_up
balacear {vb} [Mex.]

Context sentences for "to shoot up" in Spanish

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EnglishGiven the political instability that has been rocking the Arab world, this figure could still shoot up.
Dada la inestabilidad política que ha estado sacudiendo al mundo árabe, esta cifra aún podría aumentar.
EnglishChancellor Schröder will not reach his goal of reducing the number of unemployed to 3.5 million in the election year, since the figure is expected to shoot up to 3.8 million.
El Canciller Schröder no va a alcanzar su objetivo de llegar en el año electoral a 3,5 millones de desempleados ya que la cifra va a ascender previsiblemente a 3,8 millones.