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shed

verb /ʃed/ ( present participle shedding, past tense, past participle shed)
to send out (light etc)
arrojar
The torch shed a bright light on the path ahead.
to cast off (clothing, skin, leaves etc)
mudar
Many trees shed their leaves in autumn.
to produce (tears, blood)
derramar
I don’t think many tears were shed when she left.
shed light on to make clearer
esclarecer
This letter sheds light on the reasons for his departure.
(Definition of shed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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