shed / ʃɛd /


shed 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a slight or rude structure built for shelter, storage, etc.
  2. a large, strongly built structure, often open at the sides or end.

shed 近义词

v. 动词 verb

cast off


  1. I found some paper and sketched out a crude design—shed style, a simple two-by-four frame, with a top layer of corrugated tin.
  2. Outdoor tool sheds can be a real game changer for the busy homeowner.
  3. Homes there might be unstable sheds made of sheet-metal and plywood.
  4. Headquarters is a cluster of large hangar-like sheds, surrounded by woods, several kilometers off the beaten track.
  5. From a spare bedroom and a nook under the stairs, to a backyard shed or a repurposed dining table, the millions around the world who are new to working remotely are having to reassess their living quarters to make room for a viable work surface.
  6. “I sense that mobile games are starting to shed their skin, getting rid of all the dead things they carry around,” he says.
  7. When I first arrived at Duke, hooking up with a stranger seemed like a way to shed my inhibitions.
  8. Overnight people shed their fears, their protective camouflage and their restraints.
  9. Both priceless papyri that could shed light on early Christianity and forgeries are openly trafficked online.
  10. While the bats are infected, they shed large quantities of virus that can infect other animals.
  11. A little corral for the sheep, and a rough shed for the pony, and the home was complete: far the prettiest home they had ever had.
  12. Above, great standard electric lamps shed their white glare upon the eddying throng casting a myriad of grotesque shadows.
  13. Then waves of grief broke over her, and she sobbed convulsively; but still she shed no tears.
  14. Even the Grass-land is often ridged so as to shed the water quickly, while deep ditches or drains do duty for fences.
  15. Robert was out there under the shed, reclining in the shade against the sloping keel of the overturned boat.