There are 2 translations of shed in Spanish:

shed1

(present participle/participio presente shedding past tense & past participle/pasado y participio pasado, shed)
Pronunciation: /ʃed/

vt

  • 1 1.1 [tears/blood] derramar without shedding blood sin derramamiento de sangre 1.2 [leaves/horns/skin] mudar; [clothing] quitarse, despojarse de [formal] the truck shed its load on the road (British English/inglés británico) el camión perdió la carga en la carretera
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    • When a horwath tree shed its leaves, the leaves fell to the ground, and were extremely soft and fluffy.
    • Most of the deciduous trees have shed their leaves by mid-December.
    • The trees had shed their leaves, leaving vast sheets of different colors covering the once bright green grasses.
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    • Both are frequently images of creativity: rabbits are prolific and snakes shed their skins and grow new ones as an act of renewal.
    • Each time the caterpillar grows bigger, it sheds its skin in a process called molting.
    • The male crabs shed their shells twice a year, in autumn and spring.
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    • She shed her clothes and pulled on the catsuit.
    • I shed my clothes and pull on black jeans, a black shirt and black shoes and quickly tied my hair back with a black hair tie.
    • I shed the clothes I was wearing, and pulled on the new outfit.
    1.3 [cares/inhibitions] liberarse de; [workers/jobs] deshacerse* de he's shed 33 lbs ha adelgazado 33 libras, ha perdido 33 libras de peso
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    • Marr acknowledges that, in shedding pivotal players and considerable sums from both the playing budget and debt, his club must also shed expectations.
    • When asked whether the Chilean had shed the excess pounds he gained after his injury, he joked that all that worried him was the player's haircut.
    • Governments should not be allowed to shed this responsibility by appealing for private donations.
  • 2 (send out) [fragrance] despedir*; [light] emitir
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    • After coffee, the skies clear and the clouds respectfully lift to reveal the soft, peach-hued evening light shedding its fading rays on his face.
    • It was dark again, save for Callie, who continued shedding her halo of light.
    • The fragile wafer of February sun was directly overhead, shedding watery light but no warmth.
  • 3 (repel, disperse) [water] repeler
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    • It keeps your feet dry as it sheds water and defies mud.
    • When it's oriented up, the boards will shed water and will tend to flatten over time.
    • Because they were made of wool, they shed water, though eventually they'd get wet.
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    • A lorry shed a cargo of paper across the Bristol Road on Saturday morning causing four hours of traffic gridlock in Chippenham.
    • A lorry shed its load across Great Western Way this morning, causing long delays for commuters joining junction 16 of the M4.
    • The lorry shed its load of metal shards in the accident in Doncaster Road at Hooton Roberts, near Rotherham, disrupting rush hour traffic.

vi

  • [dog/cat] pelechar, mudar de pelo
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    • Dogs also require regular grooming, as all dogs shed hair.
    • Cheap brushes are a huge headache mainly because they shed hair and lose their shape quicker than quality brushes.
    • My dog is shedding more hair than usual.

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Word of the day pegado
adj
su casa está pegada a la mía = her house is right next to mine …
Cultural fact of the day

In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.

There are 2 translations of shed in Spanish:

shed2

n

  • 1.1 (hut) cabaña (feminine)
    (woodshed)
    leñera (feminine)
    (coalshed)
    (British English/inglés británico) carbonera (feminine)
    (garden shed)
    cobertizo (m), galpón (m) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata)
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    • With judgment like that, would you trust any of these gentry to put a roof on your garden shed?
    • Other features include two garden sheds with slated roofs, a tiled pergola, and low voltage ground lighting.
    • It sits in piles by the side of the road, stacked in sods for drying before it is carted off in sacks to hearthsides and fuel sheds all over the region.
    1.2 (larger building) nave (f), galpón (m) (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) a cattle shed un establo
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    • The investigating officer said it appeared the fire had started from within one of the vehicles stored in the shed and then quickly spread.
    • The court heard he went on a fire-starting spree over a five-year period after unsuccessfully applying to join the fire service, targeting houses, sheds and vehicles.
    • The house, which comes complete with an attached garage, is set back from the road in mature gardens with shaped lawns, a paved sun patio, a pond, a lockable store, a shed and a greenhouse.

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Word of the day pegado
adj
su casa está pegada a la mía = her house is right next to mine …
Cultural fact of the day

In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.