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shield
ʃiːld
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Hard outer covering or case of certain organisms such as arthropods and turtles.
  2. Armor carried on the arm to intercept blows.
  3. A protective covering or structure.
(动) As a verb
  1. Protect, hide, or conceal from danger or harm.
  2. Hold back a thought or feeling about.
Hyphenationshield
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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dùnshield; (currency) Vietnamese dong; currency unit of several countries (Indonesian rupiah, Dutch gulden etc)
防卫物fángwèi wùbuckler
保护bǎohùto protect; to defend; to safeguard; protection
遮蔽zhēbìto cover; to hide from view; to obstruct or block; defilade (military)
庇护bìhùasylum; shelter; to shield; to put under protection; to take under one's wing
避开bìkāito avoid; to evade; to keep away from
挡箭牌dǎng jiàn páishield; (fig.) excuse
盾牌dùnpáishield; pretext; excuse
袒庇tǎnbìto shield; to harbor; to cover up
护短hùduǎnto shield (one's shortcoming); to cover up (errors)
遮护板zhē hù bǎnshield; protective board
lòngshield; screen, a tall building; an edifice, (same as ) an alley; lane
chānshield; screen, (same as ) the low front of a robe, gown, etc., a short coat that have no lining, a small mud guard, or fender, a leather garment worn during sacrificial rituals in ancient times
包庇bāobìto shield; to harbor; to cover up
庇荫bìyìnto give shade (of a tree etc); to shield
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