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    Thumbs down pot shot

    What is the meaning of (1) "to take pot-shot (at)", (2) " to carry the citadel with a rush"

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    Re: pot shot

    I can help with the first one:

    (1) "to take a pot-shot (at)"
    See here (meaning, 2.)

    All the best.


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    Re: pot shot

    To carry the citadel at a rush = you have overcome opposition with speed {either physically or metaphorically}

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