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shift

US [ʃɪft]
UK [ʃɪft]
  • n.转移;改变;变换;转换
  • v.转移;改变;转向;推卸
  • Web移动;移位;转变
Simple Present:shifts  Present Participle:shifting  Past Tense:shifted  
shift
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v.
移动move
1.
[i][t]
转移;挪动to move, or move sth, from one position or place to another
Lydia shifted uncomfortably in her chair.
莉迪亚在椅子上不安地动来动去。
The action of the novel shifts from Paris to London.
小说情节从巴黎移到了伦敦。
Could you help me shift some furniture?
你能帮我挪几件家具吗?
He shifted his gaze from the child to her.
他把目光从孩子身上移到她身上。
She shifted her weight from one foot to the other.
她把身体的重量从一只脚换到另一只脚上。
2.
[i][t]
(informal)
~ (yourself)
赶快;快速移动to move quickly
情况;意见;政策situation/opinion/policy
3.
[i]
改变;转向to change from one state, position, etc. to another
Public attitudes towards marriage have shifted over the past 50 years.
50 年来,公众对婚姻的态度已经改变。
The balance of power shifted away from workers towards employers.
强势的一方从工人转为雇主。
4.
[t]
改变观点(或态度、做事方式等)to change your opinion of or attitude towards sth, or change the way that you do sth
We need to shift the focus of this debate.
我们需要转换一下辩论的焦点。
The new policy shifted the emphasis away from fighting inflation.
新政策不再把重点放在抑制通货膨胀上。
责任responsibility
5.
[t]
~ responsibility/blame (for sth) (onto sb)
推卸,转嫁(责任)to make sb else responsible for sth you should do or sth bad that you have done
He tried to shift the blame for his mistakes onto his colleagues.
他自己犯了错误,却试图把责任推给同事。
去除污迹remove mark
6.
[t]
~ sth
去除(污迹等)to remove sth such as a dirty mark
a detergent that shifts even the most stubborn stains
能去除极顽固的污渍的洗涤剂
销售商品sell goods
7.
[t]
~ sth
销售,出售(尤指销路不好的商品)to sell goods, especially goods that are difficult to sell
They cut prices drastically to try and shift stock.
他们大幅度降价,试图销出存货。
车辆in vehicle
8.
[i]
换(挡)to change the gears when you are driving a vehicle
to shift into second gear
换成二挡
IDM
shift your ground
(尤指讨论时)改变立场to change your opinion about a subject, especially during a discussion
(the) shifting sands (of sth)
变幻莫测;变化无常used to describe a situation that changes so often that it is difficult to understand or deal with it
n.
改变change
1.
[c]
~ (in sth)
改变;转移;转换;变换a change in position or direction
a dramatic shift in public opinion
公众舆论的急剧变化
a shift of emphasis
重点的转移
工作时间period of work
2.
[c]
班;轮班;轮班工作时间a period of time worked by a group of workers who start work as another group finishes
to be on the day/night shift at the factory
在工厂上日班╱夜班
to work an eight-hour shift
按每班八小时轮班工作
working in shifts
轮班工作
shift workers/work
轮班工作的工人;轮班作业
3.
[cspv]
轮班职工the workers who work a particular shift
The night shift has/have just come off duty.
上夜班的刚刚下班。
计算机on computer
4.
[u]
(计算机键盘或打字机上的)转换(键),换挡(键)the system on a computer keyboard or typewriter that allows capital letters or a different set of characters to be typed; the key that operates this system
a shift key
转换键
Press shift + F11 to insert a new worksheet.
按上档键和 F11 插入一张新工作表。
服装clothing
5.
[c]
直筒式连衣裙a woman's simple straight dress
6.
[c]
(旧时妇女穿的)直筒式内衣a simple straight piece of clothing worn by women in the past as underwear

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