change in position or direction; move from place to place
get rid of or remove
move very fast
change of place, nature, form, etc.
period of time worked by a group of workers which starts as another group finished
a group of workers which takes turns with one or more other groups
trick or scheme for achieving sth or avoiding sth
mechanism on a type, etc. that allows capitals to be typed
"his switch on abortion cost him the election"
"his constant shifting disrupted the class"
"they built it right over a geological fault"
"he studied the faulting of the earth's crust"
"First Joe led; then we switched"
"Shift one's position"
"transfer the packet from his trouser pockets to a pocket in his jacket"
"He shifted in his seat"
"shift the emphasis"
"shift one's attention"
"His tone shifted"
"shift the date for our class reunion"
"The ship careened out of control"
"The ship suddenly lurched to the left"
"She could not shift so all her letters are written in lower case"
"Grimm showed how the consonants shifted"
"you have to shift when you go down a steep hill"
"switch to a different brand of beer"
"She switched psychiatrists"
"The car changed lanes"
The thousand shifts and devices of which Hannibal was a master.
出自： Bosworth Smith
How many times did..the clergy..change or shift their opinions?
出自： T. Hutchinson
他们已经从这里搬走了。 shift sth ⇔ away
The wind shifted and blew the mist away.
The centre of the U.S. economy shifted from the agrarian areas to the industrial centres in the north.
The recent hijacking has shifted attention from internal problems.
Shifting the load onto my other arm from time to time helped me to carry it.
What really sticks in my craw is that he should try to shift the blame onto others.
Much of the responsibility for the disaster was shifted onto John, and this was quite undeserved.
When the wind shifted from south to north it began to get cold.