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  1. shepherd

    • IPA[ˈSHepərd]

    美式

    • n.
      a person who tends and rears sheep.;a member of the clergy who provides spiritual care and guidance for a congregation.
    • v.
      tend (sheep) as a shepherd;give guidance to (someone), especially on spiritual matters
    • verb: shepherd, 3rd person present: shepherds, gerund or present participle: shepherding, past tense: shepherded, past participle: shepherded

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person who tends and rears sheep.
    • 2. a member of the clergy who provides spiritual care and guidance for a congregation.
    • 3. short for German shepherd
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. tend (sheep) as a shepherd:

      although the sheep are shepherded, they're generally only counted when we bring them in

    • 2. give guidance to (someone), especially on spiritual matters:

      she had to submit the control of her career and money to a group who shepherded her

    • 3. carefully manage (resources or an organization):

      it was she who shepherded the library through the current transition

      as has been recognized throughout history, money must be shepherded and safeguarded

    • 4. guide or direct in a particular direction:

      we were shepherded around with great ceremony

    • n. a small moon orbiting close to a planetary ring, especially of Saturn, and whose gravitational field confines the ring within a narrow band.

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    • n. a sheepdog.

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    • n. an Alsatian.

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    • n. a large dog of a breed often used as guard dogs or guide dogs or for police work.

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    • n. a small moon orbiting close to a planetary ring, especially of Saturn, and whose gravitational field confines the ring within a narrow band.

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    • n. a sheepdog.

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    • n. a small black-and-white check pattern.

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    • n. a small black-and-white check pattern.

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    • IPA[ˈʃɛpəd]

    英式

    • n.
      a person who tends and rears sheep.
    • v.
      tend (sheep) as a shepherd:
    • although the sheep are shepherded, they're generally only counted when we bring them in

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  2. 知識+

    • herdsman and shepherd

      A shepherd deals exclusively with sheep, while a herdsman workd with herds ... over other people.3. a cleric or pastor.4.sheepdog.v.t. 5. to tend or guard as a shepherd.6. to watch over, guide, or lead. herds•man (ˈhɜrdz mən) n., pl. -men...

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