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A Shot In The Arm ( something which gives you confidence and strength; it gives you strength and encourages you ... )

"A Shot In The Arm"

A shot in the arm is something that gives you the strength and energy too continue.

Example: "We were really falling apart, but that goal gave us a shot in the arm."

A shot in the arm feels like a shot of some strong medicine to make you faster and more powerful.

Example: "Scoring that first goal gave us a real shot in the arm. We played much better after that."

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