- v.改变( shift的过去式和过去分词 ); 去掉; 摆脱掉; 换挡;
She poked and shifted things with the tip of her walking stick.
Attitudes to mental illness have shifted in recent years.
IBM has also shifted its focus from mainframes to personal computers.
Hyde shifted his weight and felt himself teeter forward, beginning to overbalance.
The entire pile shifted and slid, thumping onto the floor.
The woman detective shifted her stance from one foot to another.
He shifted his weight from one foot to the other.
Puffing a little, Mabel shifted her weight onto her feet.
Meg shifted uneasily on her chair.
With infinite care, John shifted position.
Wilson shifted ponderously in his chair.
He shifted his weight and a twig snapped.
He shifted his position from the horizontal.
He nervously shifted his weight from foot to foot.
He shifted the case from one hand to the other.
Milkman, the sociologist, argues that American craftsmanship isn't disappearing as quickly as some would argue - that it has instead shifted to immigrants.
Nowadays the priority for travelling is shifted from shopping to food and scenery.
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