- [C] 搁架,搁板 flat rectangular piece of wood, metal, glass or other material fastened horizontally to a wall or in a cupboard, bookcase, etc. for things to be placed on
- [C] 搁板状物,悬崖等上突出的岩石,大陆架 thing resembling a shelf, especially a piece of rock rejecting from a cliff, etc. or from the edge of a mass of land under the sea
a support that consists of a horizontal surface for holding objects
a projecting ridge on a mountain or submerged under water
- He poised the glass on the shelf.
- There were a lot of books on the shelves along the walls.
- Please lift the box down from the shelf for me.
- I screwed up the jar and put it back on the shelf.
- The plan has been put on a shelf since it's unrealistic.
- A retired person should not be made to feel he's on the shelf.
- The shelf groans with books.
- The shelf is too weak to hold all those books.
- He couldn't remember on which shelf he kept it.
- He stood on tiptoe to reach the shelf.
- The carpenter joined the shelf to the wall.
- I chose a few books from the shelf yesterday morning.
- Replace those books on the shelf.
- Put the books specifically on the shelf.
- The dictionaries are on the shelf directly opposite.
- My shelves are full of books.
- off the shelf
现货供应 that can be bought at once, without being specially ordered
- on the shelf
束之高阁; 嫁不出去 put aside as if no longer useful; regarded as being too old to be likely to be asked to marry sb
A narrow room, made narrower by..plate-glass shelves..crammed with porcelain.出自： B. Chatwin
- ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自中古德语的schelf，意为架子；最初源自古英语的scylfe，意为架子。