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Meaning of “shuffle” - Learner’s Dictionary

shuffle

verb     /ˈʃʌfl/
WALK [I]
to walk slowly without lifting your feet off the floor: I heard him shuffling around downstairs.Moving unsteadily or with difficulty
ARRANGE [I, T]
If you shuffle papers or cards, you mix them or arrange them in a different order.Actions involved in playing cards
MOVE [I, T]
to move your body or feet a little because you feel nervous or uncomfortable: People started shuffling their feet and looking at their watches.Making short, sudden movements
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