There are 2 translations of shed in Spanish:

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shed1

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shed2

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

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 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
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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
    Example sentences
    • 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
    Example sentences
    • 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
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • [dog/cat] pelechar, mudar de pelo
    Example sentences
    • 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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