being safe from bad weather or danger
a place which is safe from bad weather or danger
give shelter to; protect
"they were huddled together for protection"
"he enjoyed a sense of peace and protection in his new home"
"After the earthquake, the government could not provide shelter for the thousands of homeless people"
A covered shelter..to which the mothers and children could retire on showery..evenings.
出自： A. P. Herbert
The storms of the law may drive men to the shelter of the gospel.
The vendor..made use of the act for sheltering fraud.
出自： W. Cruise
A..centre that shelters battered women.
No trees then sheltered the building.
出自： R. Fraser
The climbers had to shelter from the snowstorm in a mountain hut.
登山队员不得不在山中的一个小棚中躲避暴风雪。 shelter sb/sth from sth/v-ing
You can't shelter your brother from blame in the accident.
He is trying to shelter his boss from criticism.
The wall sheltered the soldiers from gunfire.
He tried to shelter his friend from knowing of his father's death, but he was too late.
This woollen hat is to shelter your face from the bitter cold.
The trees shelter the house from the wind.
Is our country's industry sheltered from foreign competition?
These plants must be sheltered from direct sunlight.