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Translation of "shift" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

shift

verb [T] (GET RID OF) 去除     /ʃɪft/ UK informal
to get rid of something unwanted, or to sell something 擺脫;去除;賣掉 Modern detergents will shift most stains. 新式洗滌劑能去除大部分汙漬。 The people at the toy shop expect to shift a lot of stock in the run-up to Christmas. 玩具店商希望能在聖誕節前賣掉一大堆存貨。 Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhereSelling
(Definition of shift verb (GET RID OF) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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