- n.移位; 转移，偏移; 狡猾;
- adj.移动的; 多变的; 狡诈的;
He had been a rock in the shifting sands of her existence.
He stopped, shifting his cane to his left hand.
These tree belts effectively protect the farmland against shifting sand.
He was shifting about uneasily in his chair.
To put it bluntly , this is shifting responsibility.
The goal of shifting freight from road to rail has been quietly abandoned.
Men and women hurried by in long, shifting lines.
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The Croatian town of Ilok is a classic case of shifting populations.
Historically, shifting cultivation was not limited to the tropics.
We have planted trees as a hedge against shifting sand.
Some measures are needed to secure the farmland against shifting sand.
Every step forward requires testing the ground ahead for shifting sands.
It was a constant war, and you face a constantly shifting target.
Miss Ophelia lifted out the shifting papers of sweet herbs.
It's hard work shifting snow.
Rising population combined with improved nutrition standards and shifting dietary preferences will exert pressure for increases in global food supply.
It is shifting towards more collaborative models.
We are therefore not talking about adapting to a new standard, but to a constantly shifting set of conditions.
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1. the act of moving from one place to another;
"his constant shifting disrupted the class"
1. continuously moving or changing from position or direction;
"he drifted into the shifting crowd"
"their nervous shifting glances"
2. continuously varying;
"taffeta with shifting colors"
3. (of soil) unstable;