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shadow /ˈʃædəʊ $ -doʊ/ noun


چسبیدن به حریف ، شدو ، هواپیمای یدک کش ، شبح ، سایه (در نظریه یونگ) ، ظل ، سایه افکندن بر ، رد پای کسی را گرفتن ، پنهان کردن ، الکترونیک: سایه ، روانشناسی: سایه ، ورزش: بحریف خیالی مشت زدن ، علوم نظامی: سایه
مهندسی صنایع: سایه ، ظل الکترونیک: چسبیدن به حریف ، شدو ، سایه ، بحریف خیالی مشت زدن ، بوکس ، : ورزشی: هواپیمای یدک کش ، شبح ، سایه ، علوم نظامی: سایه ، در نظریه یونگ ، : روانشناسی: سایه ، الکترونیک: سایه ، ظل ، سایه افکندن بر، رد پای کسی را گرفتن ، پنهان کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

shadow
(Literary)
[noun]
Synonyms:
- dimness, cover, darkness, dusk, gloom, shade
- trace, hint, suggestion, suspicion
- cloud, blight, gloom, sadness
[verb]
Synonyms:
- shade, darken, overhang, screen, shield
- follow, stalk, tail (informal), trail

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. shadow1 S3 W2 /ˈʃædəʊ $ -doʊ/ noun
[Word Family: verb: shadow, overshadow; adjective: shadowy, shadow; noun: shadow]
[Language: Old English; Origin: sceaduw-, stem of sceadu; shade1]

1. DARK SHAPE [countable] the dark shape that someone or something makes on a surface when they are between that surface and the light:
the long dark shadow of an old oak tree
in the shadow of something
It was hot, and we decided to walk in the shadow of the wall (=along the wall, where its shadow would fall).

2. DARKNESS [uncountable] (also shadows [plural]) darkness caused by something preventing light from reaching a place
in shadow
The room was half in shadow.
in the shadows
In the shadows, something moved.

3. BAD EFFECT/INFLUENCE [singular] the bad effect or influence that something has, which makes other things seem less enjoyable, attractive, or impressive
in/under the shadow of something
For years, people had been living under the shadow of communism.
cast a shadow over/on something (=make something seem less enjoyable, attractive, or impressive)
The events of September 11th cast a shadow over the celebrations.

4. without/beyond a shadow of a doubt used to say that something is definitely true:
Without a shadow of a doubt, he’s the most talented player we have.

5. in sb’s shadow if you are in someone’s shadow, they are much more famous and successful than you are:
Kate grew up in the shadow of her film star sister.

6. be a shadow of your former self to be weaker, less powerful, or worse than you were before:
Lennox seemed like a shadow of his former self.

7. shadows under your eyes small dark areas under your eyes that you have when you are very tired:
She looked pale, with deep shadows under her eyes.

8. sb’s shadow someone who follows someone else everywhere they go

9. afraid/frightened/scared etc of your own shadow easily frightened or very nervous
five o'clock shadow

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. shadow2 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: verb: shadow, overshadow; adjective: shadowy, shadow; noun: shadow]

1. to follow someone closely in order to watch what they are doing:
Detectives shadowed him for weeks.

2. [usually passive] literary to cover something with a shadow, or make it dark:
a narrow street which was shadowed by a huge Catholic church

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. shadow3 adjective [only before noun]
[Word Family: verb: shadow, overshadow; adjective: shadowy, shadow; noun: shadow]

1. Shadow Chancellor/Foreign Secretary etc the politician in the main opposition party in the British parliament who would become chancellor etc if their party was in government, and who is responsible for speaking on the same subjects

2. Shadow Cabinet the group of politicians in the British parliament who would become ministers if their party was in government

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

shadow
noun
ADJ. dark, dense, deep, strong The house lay in dark shadow.
giant, long | grotesque, monstrous, sinister, strange, terrible | dancing, flickering
VERB + SHADOW cast, make, produce, throw The boat's sail cast a shadow on the water. Use a desk light to produce a strong shadow. The candles on the table threw huge flickering shadows against the wall.
fill sth with ~s The streets were now filled with terrible shadows.
emerge from, loom up out of, step out from/of ~s Suddenly a huge figure loomed up out of the shadows.
move into, shrink into, slip (back) into ~s She shrank back into the shadows as the footsteps approached.
lurk in, wait in, watch from criminals lurking in the shadows
SHADOW + VERB fall, lie The evening shadows were beginning to fall. Deep shadows lay across the small clearing where they sat.
get longer, lengthen As the shadows lengthened, the men drifted home for their tea.
dance, leap, move, pass the leaping shadows of the flames The shadows of the clouds passed over us.
PREP. among the ~s an odd shape among the shadows
in the ~s I could just make out a figure in the shadows.
into the ~s I backed into the shadows until the police car had passed.
in ~ His face was in shadow.
into ~ The storm clouds threw the mountain peaks into dense shadow.
from/out of the ~s A huge figure stepped out of the shadows.
through the ~s the fears that kept crowding in on her as she hurried through the shadows
PHRASES live in the shadow of sb/sth (often figurative) She had always lived in the shadow of her older sister.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

shadow

cast/throw a shadow (=make it appear)
The building cast a shadow across the narrow street.
a shadow falls somewhere (=appears on something)
The footsteps came closer, and a shadow fell across the table.
the shadows lengthen (=get longer, as it gets later in the day)
Already the shadows were lengthening.
a dark/black shadow
She saw the dark shadow of a man in the doorway.
a long shadow
Long shadows stretched across the grass from the apple trees.
flickering shadows (=shadows that move about quickly)
Candles cast strange flickering shadows on the walls.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

shadow
noun
BAD: I sat down in the shadow of a huge eucalyptus tree.
GOOD: I sat down in the shade of a huge eucalyptus tree.

Usage Note:
shade = sheltered from the sun: 'It's too hot here. Let's go and find some shade.' 'The branches provided plenty of shade.'
shadow = a dark shape that you see on a wall or surface when a light shines behind someone or something: 'The setting sun cast long shadows down the beach.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

shadow
ˈʃædəu
See: afraid of one's shadow , eye shadow

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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