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Translation of "shed" - English-Turkish dictionary

shed

verb [T]     /ʃed/ ( present participle shedding, past tense and past participle shed)
shed leaves/skin/hair, etc
to lose something because it falls off yaprak/deri/saç vs. Dökülmek A lot of trees shed their leaves in the autumn.Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
to get rid of something that you do not want or need atmak; ...dan/den kurtulmak A lot of companies are shedding jobs.Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
shed tears
to cry göz yaşı dökmek/akıtmak, ağlamak Weeping and crying
shed blood
to kill or injure someone kan dökmek, cana kıymak, öldürmek, yaralamak →  See also cast/shed light on sth KillingMurder and attempted murderInjuring and injuries
(Definition of shed verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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