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shadow
'ʃædoʊ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Refuge from danger or observation.
  2. Something existing in perception only.
  3. An indication that something has been present.
  4. A premonition of something adverse.
  5. An unilluminated area.
  6. An inseparable companion.
  7. A spy employed to follow someone and report their movements.
  8. A dominating and pervasive presence.
  9. Shade within clear boundaries.
(动) As a verb
  1. Follow, usually without the person's knowledge.
  2. Make appear small by comparison.
  3. Cast a shadow over.
Hyphenationshad•ow
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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阴影yīnyǐng(lit. and fig.) shadow
yìnshade
影子yǐngzishadow; reflection
影像yǐngxiàngimage
阴暗yīn'àndim; dark; overcast; darkness; shadow; (fig.) dismal; gloomy; somber; murky; shadowy (side)
预兆yùzhàoomen; sign (of something yet to occur); prior indication; to foreshadow
少许shǎoxǔa little; a few
庇护bìhùasylum; shelter; to shield; to put under protection; to take under one's wing
遮蔽zhēbìto cover; to hide from view; to obstruct or block; defilade (military)
朦胧ménglónghazy
预示yùshìto indicate; to foretell; to forebode; to betoken
影儿yǐngrshadow
暗影ànyǐngshadow; umbra
黑影hēiyǐngshadow; darkness; twilight
yǐngpicture; image; film; movie; photograph; reflection; shadow; trace
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