- [C] 窝棚，简陋的小屋 roughly-built shed
small crude shelter used as a dwelling
make one's home in a particular place or community;
"may parents reside in Florida"
move, proceed, or walk draggingly or slowly;
"John trailed behind his class mates"
"The Mercedes trailed behind the horse cart"
- All we could afford was this shack, which we built ourselves, with our own hands and without any help from anyone.
- The shack seemed almost ready to collapse.
- The boy makes a shack out of the old board in the backyard.
- She was going to shack up in a hotel for a couple of days.
- He was looking for a dame to shack up with when the police picked him up.
- They live in shacks which they made out of wood.
The house was..just a wooden shack of one room.出自： W. S. Maugham
Philip..is shacked up with Melanie at that address.出自： D. Lodge