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/ Fed; FZd/ n (often in compounds ) one-storey building used for storing things, sheltering animals, vehicles, etc or as a workshop , : a `tool-shed * a `wood-shed * a `coal-shed * a `cattle-shed * an `engine-shed * a `bicycle-shed . =>illus at App 1 1, page vii. Cf hut.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:42:21
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shed
/ Fed; FZd/ v (-dd-; pt, pp shed) 1 [Tn] lose (sth) by its falling off; let (sth) fall or come off : Trees shed their leaves and flowers shed their petals. . * Some kinds of deer shed their horns. . * The snake sheds its skin regularly. . * The lorry has shed its load, ie Its load has accidentally fallen off onto the road. . 2 [Tn] (fml ) allow (sth) to pour out : shed tears, ie weep * shed blood, ie wound or kill another person or other people * shed one's blood, ie be wounded or killed . 3 [Tn] take or throw (sth) off; remove ; : shedding one's clothes on a hot day * The duck's feathers shed water immediately. . * (fig ) You must learn to shed (ie get rid of) your inhibitions. . 4 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (on sb/sth) spread or send sth out : a fire shedding warmth * The lamp shed soft light on the desk. . * (fig ) She sheds happiness all around her. . 5 (idm ) cast/shed/throw light on sth => light1.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:42:21
shed
/ Fed; FZd/ v (-dd-; pt, pp shed) 1 [Tn] lose (sth) by its falling off; let (sth) fall or come off : Trees shed their leaves and flowers shed their petals. . * Some kinds of deer shed their horns. . * The snake sheds its skin regularly. . * The lorry has shed its load, ie Its load has accidentally fallen off onto the road. . 2 [Tn] (fml ) allow (sth) to pour out : shed tears, ie weep * shed blood, ie wound or kill another person or other people * shed one's blood, ie be wounded or killed . 3 [Tn] take or throw (sth) off; remove ; : shedding one's clothes on a hot day * The duck's feathers shed water immediately. . * (fig ) You must learn to shed (ie get rid of) your inhibitions. . 4 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (on sb/sth) spread or send sth out : a fire shedding warmth * The lamp shed soft light on the desk. . * (fig ) She sheds happiness all around her. . 5 (idm ) cast/shed/throw light on sth => light1.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009/11/22 13:42:21

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