shanty / ˈʃæn ti /


shanty3 个定义

n. 名词 noun

plural shan·ties.

  1. a crudely built hut, cabin, or house.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. of, relating to, or constituting a shanty or shanties: a shanty quarter outside the town walls.
  2. of a low economic or social class, especially when living in a shanty: shanty people.
v. 无主动词 verb

shan·tied, shan·ty·ing.

  1. to inhabit a shanty.

shanty 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. They were locals, lower-income people passing by on their way to their jobs, bike riders, and people from the surrounding shanties.
  2. Sea shanties are here to save usTrump was a center of gravity on Twitter.
  3. If you’ve visited social media lately—and surely you haven’t because we’re all keeping good on our New Year’s resolutions—you’ve probably encountered a sea shanty.
  4. After you’ve finished with the Wellerman, give “Sloop John B,” The Beach Boys’ own sea shanty adaptation, a listen.
  5. It all started when Scottish musician Nathan Evans recorded a video performing a remarkably catchy rendition of “Wellerman,” a 19th century shanty of New Zealand origin.
  6. Then Valls ordered their makeshift shanty-towns and trailer parks in several cities torn down.
  7. It was in full sight from the door of the little shanty in which Aunt Ri's carpet-loom stood.
  8. They crossed the road, and entered the huge shanty, and stood apologetically near the door.
  9. Would you mind asking your Jap to make us some sandwiches and come with me up to my mountain shanty?
  10. "Calculate we kin git a drink there," said Scattergood, pointing to a little shanty in a clearing by the roadside.
  11. I got his affidavit, and we parted the best of friends, he urging me to call at his shanty and see Mary Jane and the kids.