- a slight or rude structure built for shelter, storage, etc.
- a large, strongly built structure, often open at the sides or end.
shed 的近义词 34 个
- take off
- give forth
- let fall
- pour forth
- send forth
- throw away
- throw out
shed 的反义词 11 个
- 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.
- Outdoor tool sheds can be a real game changer for the busy homeowner.
- Homes there might be unstable sheds made of sheet-metal and plywood.
- Headquarters is a cluster of large hangar-like sheds, surrounded by woods, several kilometers off the beaten track.
- 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.
- “I sense that mobile games are starting to shed their skin, getting rid of all the dead things they carry around,” he says.
- When I first arrived at Duke, hooking up with a stranger seemed like a way to shed my inhibitions.
- Overnight people shed their fears, their protective camouflage and their restraints.
- Both priceless papyri that could shed light on early Christianity and forgeries are openly trafficked online.
- While the bats are infected, they shed large quantities of virus that can infect other animals.
- 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.
- Above, great standard electric lamps shed their white glare upon the eddying throng casting a myriad of grotesque shadows.
- Then waves of grief broke over her, and she sobbed convulsively; but still she shed no tears.
- Even the Grass-land is often ridged so as to shed the water quickly, while deep ditches or drains do duty for fences.
- Robert was out there under the shed, reclining in the shade against the sloping keel of the overturned boat.