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shed1 British & World English

A simple roofed structure used for garden storage, to shelter animals, or as a workshop

shed2 British & World English

(Of a tree or other plant) allow (leaves or fruit) to fall to the ground

shed1 English Thesaurus

guinea pigs and rabbits should be kept in sheds or garages

shed2 English Thesaurus

tall beech trees shed their leaves over a disused tennis court

throw light on British & World English

Help to explain (something) by providing further information about it

shed in shed2 British & World English

(Of a tree or other plant) allow (leaves or fruit) to fall to the ground

she'd British & World English

She had; she would

for two pins I'd —— British & World English

Used to convey strong temptation to do something, typically from annoyance or irritation

shed rep British & World English

The elected representative of the workers in a shearing shed

shed blood British & World English

Be injured or killed (or kill or injure someone)

train shed British & World English

A large structure providing a shelter over the tracks and platforms of a railway station

potting shed British & World English

A shed which is used for potting plants and in which plants and garden tools and supplies are stored

shearing shed British & World English

A building in which sheep are shorn and the wool is processed and packed

shelter shed British & World English

A roofed structure giving temporary shelter from rain, typically in a school playground

weather shed British & World English

A roofed structure giving temporary shelter from rain, typically in a school playground

shed blood in shed2 British & World English

Be injured or killed (or kill or injure someone)

cowshed British & World English

A farm building in which cattle are kept when not at pasture, or in which they are milked

shedload British & World English

A large amount or number

toolshed British & World English

A one-story structure, typically in a backyard, used for storing tools

tool shed in toolshed British & World English

A one-story structure, typically in a backyard, used for storing tools

woolshed British & World English

A large shed for shearing and baling wool

throw light on in light1 British & World English

Help to explain (something) by providing further information about it

for two pins I'd —— in pin British & World English

Used to convey strong temptation to do something, typically from annoyance or irritation

shed someone's blood in shed2 British & World English

Be injured or killed (or kill or injure someone)

shed tears in shed2 English Thesaurus

a number of the pupils shed tears as they read the many messages of sympathy

throw/cast/shed light on in light1 English Thesaurus

no one could shed any light on the mysterious car accident