The sales have decreased so our company is going to have to shed about ten per cent of the workers.
Clean out the shed and throw away things you don't need.
His unique perspective helped shed light on the situation.
1. noun - a small building that is used for keeping things or animals in2. verb - to shed - to lose something because it falls off3. verb - to shed - to get rid of or remove sth that is not wanted
Shed your clothes. / to shed light on something
Mucus production increases, the cell lining starts to shed.
Why is it that the greatest crime and the greatest glory are to shed a man's blood?
... learning is going to shed some light on what...
A shed is similar to a hut, except that we think of a shed as being in the garden or backyard of a house, used for storing things in.
With judgment like that, would you trust any of these gentry to put a roof on your garden shed?
We don't have a shed also, but we have a garage.;-)
a quick way to shed unwanted pounds
a tool/storage shed; a garden shed; the lambing shed; a cow shed; The structure is used as a truck storage shed.
We were founded upon the ideal that all are created equal, and we have shed blood and struggled for centuries to give meaning to those words – within our borders, and around the world.
English word "棚子"(Shed) occurs in sets:Lingshan Vocab (Unseen)