TOEIC英・英単語 S-6

share/ʃéər/
n1. a part of something that has been divided
n2. one of the equal parts that the value of a company is divided into when it is owned by a group of people
v1. to have or use something at the same time as someone else
v2. to divide something between two or more people
v3. If two or more people or things share a feeling, quality, or experience, they both or all have the same feeling, quality, or experience.

share price
the price of a particular company's shares

shareholder/ʃérhòuldər/
n. someone who owns shares in a company

sharp/ʃɑ':rp/
adj1. having a very thin edge or point that can cut things
adj2. sudden and very large
adj3. quick to notice and understand things
n. a note that is slightly higher than the note that is shown

sharply/ʃɑ':rpli/
adv. quickly and suddenly

shear/ʃíər/
v. to cut the wool off a sheep

shears/ʃíərz/
n. a cutting tool with two large blades

sheer/ʃíər/
adj1. used to say that a feeling or quality is very strong
adj2. very steep

shelf/ʃélf/
n. a board used to put things on, often attached to a wall

shield/ʃí:ld/
n. a large, flat object that soldiers hold in front of their bodies to protect themselves
v. to protect someone or something from something bad

shift/ʃíft/
n1. a period of work in a place such as a factory or hospital
n2. a change in something

ship/ʃíp/
n. a large boat that carries people or things by sea

ship out
to leave a situation

ship something out
to send something away from somewhere to somewhere else

shipment/ʃípmənt/
n. goods transported together, or the act of transporting them

shipping/ʃípiŋ/
n1. ships as a group, or the business of transporting things
n2. Shipping or shipping and handling is the cost of sending something.

shiver/ʃívər/
v. to shake because you are cold or frightened

shopper/ʃɑ'pər/
n. someone who is buying things from shops

shopping cart
a large container with wheels that you push around a store and fill with things you want to buy

shore/ʃɔ':r/
n. the area of land along the edge of the sea or a lake

short-sleeved/long-sleeved
having short/long sleeves

short-staffed/ʃɔ`:rt-stæ'ft/
not having the usual or necessary number of workers; short-handed

shortage/ʃɔ':rtiʤ/
n. a situation in which there is not enough of something that is needed

shortcoming/ʃɔ':tkʌ`miŋz/
n. a fault of someone or something

shortcut/ʃɔ':rtkʌt/
n1. a quicker way of getting somewhere or doing something
n2. a quick way to start or use a computer program

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