shed+tears

  • 1 shed tears — ► shed tears cry. Main Entry: ↑shed …

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  • 2 shed tears — WEEP, cry, sob; lament, grieve, mourn; Scottish greet; informal blub, blubber, boohoo. → shed * * * shed tears mainly literary phrase to cry, or to feel very sad …

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  • 3 shed tears — now, now, there s no need to shed tears Syn: weep, cry, sob; lament, grieve, mourn; informal blubber, boo hoo …

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  • 4 shed tears — verb /ˈʃɛdˈtɪəz/ shed a tear …

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  • 5 shed tears — cry. → shed …

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  • 6 shed tears — caused tears to flow from one s eyes …

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  • 7 shed tears — mainly literary to cry, or to feel very sad We won t be shedding any tears when he leaves …

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  • 8 shed tears over — index deplore Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 shed — Ⅰ. shed [1] ► NOUN 1) a simple roofed structure, typically of wood and used for storage or to shelter animals. 2) a larger structure, typically with one or more sides open, for storing vehicles or machinery. ORIGIN apparently a variant of… …

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  • 10 Shed — Shed, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Shed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Shedding}.] [OE. scheden, sch?den, to pour, to part, AS. sc[=a]dan, sce[ a]dan, to pert, to separate; akin to OS. sk??an, OFries. sk?tha, G. scheiden, OHG. sceidan, Goth. skaidan, and probably to …

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  • 11 Shed — Shed, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Shed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Shedding}.] [OE. scheden, sch?den, to pour, to part, AS. sc[=a]dan, sce[ a]dan, to pert, to separate; akin to OS. sk??an, OFries. sk?tha, G. scheiden, OHG. sceidan, Goth. skaidan, and probably to …

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  • 12 shed — shed1 [shed] n. [< ME shadde, var. of shade < OE scead, shelter, protection, SHADE] 1. a small, rough building or lean to, used for shelter or storage, as a workshop, etc. 2. a large, strongly built, barnlike or hangarlike structure, often… …

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  • 13 shed — shed1 S3 [ʃed] n [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: Probably from shade] 1.) a small building, often made of wood, used especially for storing things ▪ a tool shed ▪ a cattle shed ▪ a garden shed 2.) a large industrial building where work is done, large… …

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  • 14 shed — [[t]ʃe̱d[/t]] ♦♦♦ sheds, shedding (The form shed is used in the present tense and in the past tense and past participle of the verb.) 1) N COUNT A shed is a small building that is used for storing things such as garden tools. ...a garden shed. 2) …

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  • 15 shed´like´ — shed1 «shehd», noun, verb, shed|ded, shed|ding. –n. 1. a building used for shelter or storage of goods or vehicles, usually having only one story and often open at the front or sides: »a wagon shed, a tool shed, a train shed. 2. a hut; …

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  • 16 shed — 1 noun (C) 1 a small building, often made of wood, used especially for storing things: We had a tool shed in our back yard. | a cattle shed | a garden shed 2 a large industrial building where work is done, large vehicles are kept or machinery is… …

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  • 17 shed */*/ — I UK [ʃed] / US verb [transitive] Word forms shed : present tense I/you/we/they shed he/she/it sheds present participle shedding past tense shed past participle shed 1) to get rid of something that is not wanted or is no longer necessary He is… …

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  • 18 Tears — 250px|thumb|The tear system. A) Tear gland / Lacrimal glandB) Superior lacrimal punctum C) Superior lacrimal canal D) Tear sac / Lacrimal sac E) Inferior lacrimal punctum F) Inferior lacrimal canal G) Nasolacrimal canal Tears are the liquid… …

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  • 19 shed — shed1 [ ʃed ] (present participle shed|ding; past tense and past participle shed) verb transitive 1. ) to get rid of something that is not wanted or is no longer necessary: He is keen to shed his bad boy image. shed workers/employees: The company …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 shed — I noun the rabbit lives in the shed Syn: hut, lean to, outhouse, outbuilding; shack; potting shed, woodshed, tool shed, garden shed II verb 1) the trees shed their leaves Syn: drop, scatter, spill …

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