Definition of toolshed in English:

toolshed

Syllabification: tool·shed
Pronunciation: /ˈto͞olˌSHed
 
/
(also tool shed)

noun

A one-story structure, typically in a backyard, used for storing tools.
More example sentences
  • Before I knew it I had stolen downstairs and out of the house, to a toolshed we had across the yard that I used to hide in sometimes when I was little.
  • I discovered this 1998 article about a teenager who tried to build a nuclear reactor in his toolshed.
  • I got out some rope, the shortest piece in the toolshed.

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