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1shed/ˈʃɛd/verb
shedsshedshedding
1shed
/ˈʃɛd/
verb
shedsshedshedding
Learner's definition of SHED  
[+ object]  : to get rid of (something)
: to lose (leaves, skin, fur, etc.) naturally
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object] 
: to take off (something you are wearing)
   b  British  : to lose or drop (a load, cargo, etc.)
[+ object]  : to cause (water) to flow off instead of soaking into something

shed blood

— see blood

shed light on

— see 1light

shed tears

— see 3tear
2shed/ˈʃɛd/noun
pluralsheds
2shed
/ˈʃɛd/
noun
pluralsheds
Learner's definition of SHED  
[count]
: a small, simple building that is used especially for storing things
British  : a large industrial building
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