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  1. shelter

    • IPA[ˈʃɛltə]

    英式

    • n.
      a place giving temporary protection from bad weather or danger;a place providing food and accommodation for the homeless
    • v.
      protect or shield from something harmful, especially bad weather;find refuge or take cover from bad weather or danger
    • noun: shelter, plural noun: shelters

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a place giving temporary protection from bad weather or danger:

      huts like this are used as a shelter during the winter

      an air-raid shelter

    • 2. a place providing food and accommodation for the homeless:

      did they give you any breakfast at the shelter?

    • 3. an animal sanctuary:

      the shelter sees many dogs which have been dumped on Dartmoor

    • 4. a shielded or safe condition; protection:

      he hung back in the shelter of a rock

      you're welcome to take shelter from the storm

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. protect or shield from something harmful, especially bad weather:

      the hut sheltered him from the cold wind

    • 2. find refuge or take cover from bad weather or danger:

      people were sheltering under store canopies and trees

    • 3. prevent (someone) from having to do or face something difficult or unpleasant:

      we are sheltered from the awfulness of reality

    • 4. protect (income) from taxation:

      only your rental income can be sheltered

    • adj. (of a place) protected from bad weather:

    • the plants need a shady, sheltered spot in the garden

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    • adj. (of a place) protected from bad weather:

    • the plants need a shady, sheltered spot in the garden

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    • n. a building or other structure designed to protect people from radioactive fallout after a nuclear explosion:

    • once the survivors have emerged from their fallout shelters, their suffering is often only beginning

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    • n. a financial arrangement made to avoid or minimize taxes:

    • a better arrangement would be to establish a company and claim expenses as a tax shelter

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    • n. a movable air-raid shelter, shaped like a table and used indoors.

    • a better arrangement would be to establish a company and claim expenses as a tax shelter

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    • n. a line of trees or shrubs planted to protect an area, especially a field of crops, from fierce weather.

    • a better arrangement would be to establish a company and claim expenses as a tax shelter

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    • n. a structure designed to protect occupants from the effects of nuclear weapons:

    • this 1960s Cold War nuclear shelter lies partly beneath a hill

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    • n. a small prefabricated air-raid shelter of a type built in the UK during the Second World War.

    • this 1960s Cold War nuclear shelter lies partly beneath a hill

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    • IPA[ˈSHeltər]

    美式

    • n.
      a place giving temporary protection from bad weather or danger.
    • v.
      protect or shield from something harmful, especially bad weather:
    • the hut sheltered him from the cold wind

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  2. 知識+

    • 翻譯two seeking shelter.......

      我想翻譯後應該是這樣吧(小弟不才,請多包涵) 兩個需要庇護的人到了庇護所裡: 庇護所裡有足夠的房間給他們,然而卻有一人被請離開。 兩個飢餓的人都有能力付錢吃飯: 其中一人吃到了食物,但是另一人只能轉身離開。 兩個坐在往市區巴士上的人: 只有一人能夠坐在公車座位上。

    • 英文翻中文

      ...簽證拿去... 5.Children rely_(on)_their parents for food and shelter. 小孩子依靠他們的父母親獲取食物和居處. 6.That lonely boy longs...

    • 這句話要怎麼翻譯??I am taken to a ....

      ...magenta feelings 那裡藏著妳晶瑩剔透的心與赤熱的感情, Take up shelter in the base of my spine 深深地佔滿了我的身心。 2006-03-01 13:54:03...