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shelter angļu valodā:

1. a building or an area with a roof over it that protects you from the weather or from danger


The tiger, having had its wounds treated, was returned by the villagers to the animal sanctuary without incident.

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3. hiding

Saddam Hussein had disappeared into hiding.
I wonder where he is hiding.
He's gone into hiding.
Tom abandoned his family and went into hiding.
He has become expert in hiding his true feeling.
so stop hiding it away
The cave did for our hiding place.
I wonder if my mother is hiding something from me. She called me a "son of a bitch" today.
What are you hiding? Come on, tell me. You can't keep it from me. That's creepy.
It made him uneasy that someone might find out any second what he was hiding.
Where's that picture hiding?
There are as many vipers hiding in the grass as there is evil lying beneath a beautiful countenance.
Hiding from the police, Dima spent the night in a dumpster.
You’ll get a good hiding when you come home!
Investigate thoroughly the bushes where the enemy may be hiding.

4. a building that provides a place to stay for the homeless

5. shelter

Children depend on their parents for food, clothing and shelter.
We took shelter under a tree.
Unlike birds, which feed and shelter their young, fish abandon their eggs.
Food, clothing and shelter are the foundations of survival.
I took the shortcut back to the woods, locked my shelter, and opened the basket.
Because of the rain we made for the nearest shelter.
Can you imagine how many Lincoln Logs it would take to build an actual shelter?
Studies show that once the basic needs of shelter and food are met, additional wealth adds very little to happiness.
If anything happens you should quickly seek shelter and lock the door
They all hid in an air-raid shelter. The shelter provides help for battered women.
I remember building a shelter in the forest to play in when we were children.
Every dog needs a home, shelter, and loving owner.
seek shelter
I had to live in a shelter when my house was damaged.
Secondly, we told people to go down in their basements and build a fallout shelter.

6. safe place for living

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7. a place to hide or be safe

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8. x

X rays are used to locate breaks in bones.
The "X" button in the top right shuts the window.
Today's class continues with inequalities. Like yesterday try to display the domains in x and y.
Could I have two tickets to Malcolm X?
This microscope has a 100X magnification.
The symbol "X" usually stands for an unknown quantity in mathematics.
Evidence that the above example is farfetched can be seen by comparing the total occurrences of component X.
The planet Arèmo X3 is almost twice the size of planet Earth, and as you can see on the screen, quite similar to your world.
Although it's "Mac OS X", that doesn't mean that the Mac OS code itself has been upgraded to a new version.
No problem. If X happens, we have Y as a backup.
On Jul 18th Mark/Space released an updated version of Missing Sync for Windows Mobile for the Mac OS X.

9. a place to live that is protected from the weather

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10. refuge

We took refuge behind a big tree.
We took refuge in a cave and waited for the storm to pass.
We took refuge from the storm in a nearby barn.
It took them nearly ten minutes to catch Scabbers, who had taken refuge under a wastepaper
they had to take refuge from the shelling
the refugees sought sanctuary aboard
refuge of hope
take/seek/find refuge
The climbers slept in a mountain refuge
My room is an inviolable refuge.
Idleness is only the refuge of weak minds.
Violence is the last refuge of incompetence.