shack 的 2 个定义
- a rough cabin; shanty.
- Informal. radio shack.
- shack up, Slang. to live together as spouses without being legally married.to have illicit sexual relations.to live in a shack: He's shacked up in the mountains.
- Madison went to a tavern the night of the 25th, but there were rumors that the British were coming to capture him, and he was evacuated to what has been called a “hovel in the woods,” possibly a shack belonging to a ferryman just above Great Falls.
- She died when he was 12, and the gang MS-13 took over the house where they had been living, which was little more than a shack.
- For Barack Obama, it’s the tolerance and opportunity that allowed a man whose father grew up in a “tin-roof shack” in Kenya to achieve any dream he wanted.
- His “Night Spot” is a humble shack with grand ambitions, as is revealed by the sign announcing that it’s the Congo Club.
- From stellar sushi to poke by the pound, from the Ritz-Carlton to roadside shacks, here’s where you should be eating right now.
- So, the Southside Smokehouse is more than a barbecue pit, a burger shack, or a Cajun kitchen.
- Childress even kept his dead father Billy bound up and rotting in a nearby shack, Psycho-style.
- Caddy Shack, Stripes, Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and Analyze This affirm it.
- For many, many good reasons, school is not an ideal time to shack up with your soul mate.
- It was just Mike Royko and his pal, Big Shack, and whatever their bleary musings happened to be that night three years ago.
- Even the Chinese shrimp-pickers were lounging on the beach before their little shack village.
- Bergin dug a big hole behind that ole vacant shack of hisn, and buried about a ton of tin cans.
- After breakfast fixed up shack—shelves, benches, tools, etc.
- All clear, Tom called, and there was a sudden rush of wet figures for the poor sanctuary of the tumbledown shack.
- But Monte come to the shack and watched Cash through a knothole the size of one eye till Cash opened up his heart and the bag.