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  1. shadow

    • IPA[ˈʃadəʊ]

    英式

    • n.
      a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface;partial or complete darkness, especially as produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface
    • v.
      envelop in shadow; cast a shadow over;follow and observe (someone) closely and secretly
    • verb: shadow, 3rd person present: shadows, gerund or present participle: shadowing, past tense: shadowed, past participle: shadowed

    • noun: shadow, plural noun: shadows

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    • v.
      spar with an imaginary opponent as a form of training: they shadow-boxed a bit to warm up

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    • n.
      the activity of sparring with an imaginary opponent as a form of training: train for agility with fast shadow-boxing

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    • n.
      illicit economic activity (such as black market transactions and undeclared work) existing ...

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    • n.
      a display in which the shadows of flat jointed puppets are cast on a screen which is viewed by ...

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    • n.
      a crisscross embroidery stitch used on sheer materials for filling in spaces, worked on the ...

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    • n.
      a region having little rainfall because it is sheltered from prevailing rain-bearing winds by a ...

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    • n.
      a display in which the shadows of flat jointed puppets are cast on a screen which is viewed by ...

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    • n.
      illicit economic activity existing alongside a country's official economy, e.g. black ...

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    • IPA[ˈSHadō]

    美式

    • n.
      a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface: trees cast long shadows
    • v.
      envelop in shadow; cast a shadow over: the market is shadowed by St. Margaret's church a hood shadowed her face

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