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  • n. 阴影;遮蔽;遮光物;(色彩的)浓淡
  • vt. 遮蔽;使阴暗;使渐变;略减(价格)
  • vi. 渐变
shader shaded shaded shading shades



n. (名词)
  1. 阴凉处
  2. 灯罩
  3. 阴暗
  4. 幽灵,鬼
  5. 浓淡
  6. 色度
  7. 遮光物,遮棚
  8. 阴暗部分,阴影部分
  9. 影子
  10. 太阳眼镜
  11. 背阴
  12. 浓淡深浅
  13. 暗部
  14. 差别
v. (动词)
  1. 遮蔽,蔽荫,遮(光)
  2. 使阴暗,使阴郁,使暗,使变阴暗
  3. 逐渐变化, 在(画上)画阴影
  4. 画阴影(于)
  5. 给…遮挡(光线),在...装遮阳篷,装上遮光物
  6. 把…涂暗
  7. 略减(物价)
  8. 覆盖
  9. 隐藏,隐蔽
  10. 使失色,使黯淡
  11. 使色彩具有明暗层次
  12. (使)逐渐改变,渐变
  13. 加灯罩
  14. 险胜
  15. 渲染
  16. 使(色彩)逐渐变化,使逐渐发生细微变化
  17. 细微不同


n. (名词)
  1. [U] 阴凉处 place where there is comparative darkness and often coolness caused by sth blocking direct light or heat, especially of the sun
  2. [U] 阴暗部分 dark part(s) of a picture, painting, etc.
  3. [C] 遮光物 thing that shuts out light or makes it less bright
  4. [C] 色度 degree or depth of colour; hue
  5. [U] 细微差别 a slight difference in sth
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 遮蔽 keep direct rays of light from
  2. vt. 画阴影于…之上 represent the effect of shade or shadow on (an object in a picture)
  3. vi. 渐变 change slowly, gradually, or by slight degrees


  1. relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body;

    "it is much cooler in the shade"
    "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"

  2. a quality of a given color that differs slightly from another color;

    "after several trials he mixed the shade of pink that she wanted"

  3. protective covering that protects something from direct sunlight;

    "they used umbrellas as shades"
    "as the sun moved he readjusted the shade"

  4. a subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude;

    "without understanding the finer nuances you can't enjoy the humor"
    "don't argue about shades of meaning"

  5. a position of relative inferiority;

    "an achievement that puts everything else in the shade"
    "his brother's success left him in the shade"

  6. a slight amount or degree of difference;

    "a tad too expensive"
    "not a tad of difference"
    "the new model is a shade better than the old one"

  7. a mental representation of some haunting experience;

    "he looked like he had seen a ghost"
    "it aroused specters from his past"

  8. a representation of the effect of shadows in a picture or drawing (as by shading or darker pigment)

  1. cast a shadow over

  2. represent the effect of shade or shadow on

  3. protect from light, heat, or view;

    "Shade your eyes when you step out into the bright sunlight"

  4. vary slightly;

    "shade the meaning"

  5. pass from one quality such as color to another by a slight degree;

    "the butterfly wings shade to yellow"



用作名词 (n.)
  1. This artist uses shade to good effect.
  2. There are no trees or bushes to give shade.
  3. Something,such as a window shade or a Venetian blind,that hinders vision or shuts out light.
  4. The portrait shows fine effects of light and shade.
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. He tried to shade his house with thick trees.
  2. He tried to shade in one side of his drawing.
  3. Is it possible to shade the prices a little?
用作不及物动词 (vi.)
  1. The colors of the light shaded from blue into purple.


用作名词 (n.)
a shade
    少量,些微 a small amount
in the shade
    默默无闻 unknown to the public
put in the shade
    〈非正〉使某人〔某事物〕相形失色 be very superior to sb/sth
    put sb/sth in the shade

    Their splendid present really put my poor little contribution in the shade.


shades of
    对某人〔某事物〕的联想 reminders of sb/sth
用作动词 (v.)
shade from (v.+prep.)
    从…变化 change gradually from (sth such a colour to sth else)
    shade sb/sth from sth

    She raised her hand to shade her eyes from the sun.


    The house is shaded from the midday heat by those tall trees.


    shade from sth

    As the sun set, the sky shaded from blue to pink.


    The scarf shades from deep rose to pale pink.


shade in (v.+adv.)
    用铅笔为某图形描画阴影线 make lines with a pencil in a shape on a surface
    shade in

    Now that you've drawn the shape completely, start shading in carefully.


    shade sth ⇔ in

    “Shade it in here,”the teacher said.


    If you shade in one side of your drawing, the shape will look solid.


shade into (v.+prep.)
    逐渐变为 gradually change
    shade into sth

    The blue shaded into grey.


    This is a question where right and wrong shade into one another.


shade with (v.+prep.)
    用…遮盖 provide sb/sth with shelter from (heat or light by means of sth)
    shade sth with sth

    The doctor shaded my forehead with his hand.


    If we build the house facing south, we ought to shade it with some tall trees.



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  • They..Toiled in the sun, lolled in the shade.

    出自: E. Blunden
  • It was pleasant to come into the shade of the woods.

    出自: A. Ransome
  • It was a hundred degrees in the shade.

    出自: C. Stead
  • The sun had moved enough to leave..the garden in shade.

    出自: B. Vine
  • Great trees now shaded..the road.

    出自: V. Woolf
  • An old Panama hat..shaded his eyes.

    出自: W. Cather
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