Shoot Email (at someone) 

Shoot Email

Shoot email – In professional situations, this expression is typical. To email, someone is what it means. It emphasizes sending the email without spending too much time planning it out. Here are a few instances:

When you’re done with that, would you mind emailing me?

  • I shot an email to them because I hadn’t heard from them in a few days.
  • These lessons use the following phrase: “I’ll shoot her an e-mail and see where we stand.”
  • I’ll send them over to you this afternoon, but I’m not sure off the top of my head.

For instance:-

As soon as you receive the package I sent, shoot an email. I just need to know that it arrived without incident. I’ll email those docs to you right away.

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