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  1. shelter in place

    • v.
      find a place of shelter in one’s present location and stay there until instructed otherwise, typically in accordance with a public safety directive during an emergency;remain at home, with only limited exceptions, in order to inhibit the spread of an infectious disease, typically in accordance with a public directive
    • n.
      a public safety directive invoked during an emergency, instructing people to find a place of shelter in their present location and stay there until instructed otherwise;a public directive requiring people to remain at home, with only limited exceptions, in order to inhibit the spread of an infectious disease
    • verb: shelter in place, 3rd person present: shelters in place, gerund or present participle: sheltering in place, past tense: sheltered in place, past participle: sheltered in place

    • noun: shelter in place

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. find a place of shelter in one’s present location and stay there until instructed otherwise, typically in accordance with a public safety directive during an emergency the university urged its students to shelter in place after reports that a person with a gun was on campus
    • remain at home, with only limited exceptions, in order to inhibit the spread of an infectious disease, typically in accordance with a public directive now is your last chance to stock up on supplies and prepare to shelter in place

    名詞

    • 1. a public safety directive invoked during an emergency, instructing people to find a place of shelter in their present location and stay there until instructed otherwise a shelter in place is in effect after a flammable liquid leaked from a pipeline
    • a public directive requiring people to remain at home, with only limited exceptions, in order to inhibit the spread of an infectious disease the mayor first spoke of the possibility of a shelter in place on Tuesday we have now issued a shelter in place order for all residents