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shy away from sth

phrasal verb with shy /ʃaɪ/ verb
to avoid something that you dislike, fear or do not feel confident about
(因不喜欢、害怕或缺乏自信而)退缩,躲避,畏避
I've never shied away from hard work.
我从未畏避过艰苦的工作。
Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
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