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  1. shelter

    • IPA[ˈSHeltər]

    美式

    • n.
      a place giving temporary protection from bad weather or danger.;a place providing food and accommodations for the homeless.
    • v.
      protect or shield from something harmful, especially bad weather;find refuge or take cover from bad weather or danger
    • verb: shelter, 3rd person present: shelters, gerund or present participle: sheltering, past tense: sheltered, past participle: sheltered

    • noun: shelter, plural noun: shelters

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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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    • adj.
      (of a place) protected from bad weather: the plants need a shady, sheltered spot in the garden

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

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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 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 place providing accommodation for the homeless at night: for years Roy slept in night shelters

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    • n.
      a line of trees or shrubs planted to protect an area, especially a farm field, from strong ...

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    • n.
      a roofed structure for people to wait under at a bus stop.

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    • IPA[ˈʃɛltə]

    英式

    • n.
      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
    • v.
      protect or shield from something harmful, especially bad weather: the hut sheltered him from the cold wind

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