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  1. shade

    • IPA[ʃeɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      comparative darkness and coolness caused by shelter from direct sunlight;the darker part of a picture.
    • v.
      screen from direct light;cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
    • noun: shade, plural noun: shades

    • verb: shade, 3rd person present: shades, gerund or present participle: shading, past tense: shaded, past participle: shaded

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. comparative darkness and coolness caused by shelter from direct sunlight:

      sitting in the shade

      this area will be in shade for much of the day

    • 2. the darker part of a picture.
    • 3. a position of relative inferiority or obscurity:

      her elegant pink and black ensemble would put most outfits in the shade

    • 4. a shadow or area of darkness:

      the shades of evening drew on

    • 5. a portrait in silhouette.
    • 6. a colour, especially with regard to how light or dark it is or as distinguished from one nearly like it:

      various shades of blue

      Maria's eyes darkened in shade

    • 7. a slight degree of difference between colours.
    • 8. a slightly differing variety of something:

      politicians of all shades of opinion

    • 9. a slight amount of something:

      the goal had more than a shade of good fortune about it

    • 10. a lampshade:

      a small lamp with a crimson shade

    • 11. a screen or blind on a window:

      draw the shades, chill the wine

    • 12. an eyeshade.
    • 13. sunglasses:

      he wore shades and a leather jacket

    • 14. a ghost:

      the ghost is the shade of Lucy Walters, first mistress of Charles II

    • 15. the underworld; Hades.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. screen from direct light:

      she shaded her eyes against the sun

    • 2. cover, moderate, or exclude the light of:

      he shaded the torch with his hand

    • 3. darken or colour (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of colour:

      she shaded in the outline of a chimney

    • 4. (of a colour or something coloured) gradually change into another colour:

      the sky shaded from turquoise to night blue

    • 5. narrowly win or gain an advantage in (a contest):

      the Welsh side shaded a tight, tough first half

    • 6. make a slight reduction in the amount, rate, or price of:

      banks may shade the margin over base rate they charge customers

    • 7. decline slightly in price, amount, or rate:

      their shares shaded 10p to 334p

    • n. the darkening or colouring of an illustration or diagram with parallel lines or a block of colour:

    • scenes can be given perspective by colour and shading

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    • n. the darkening or coloring of an illustration or diagram with parallel lines or a block of color:

    • scenes can be given perspective by color and shading

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    • publicly criticize or express contempt for someone

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    • a little —

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    • n. a window shade made from fabric shirred in puffy frills or pleats.

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    • publicly criticize or express contempt for someone

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    • a little —

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    • the contrast between lighter and darker areas in a painting

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    • n.
      comparative darkness and coolness caused by shelter from direct sunlight:
    • sitting in the shade

      this area will be in shade for much of the day

    • v.
      screen from direct light:
    • she shaded her eyes against the sun

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