- adj.短的( short的比较级 ); 不够; 短缺的; 短期的;
The car is some 40mm shorter than its predecessor.
Bess was self-conscious about being shorter than her two friends.
The articles are noticeably shorter with strong headlines and graphics.
Automation would bring a shorter, more flexible working week.
Tactical nuclear weapons have shorter ranges.
Blue light has a shorter wavelength than red.
Shorter hemlines are back in this season.
Many factories are switching over to a shorter working week.
The shorter children are to sit at the front.
Jack is shorter than Tom by a head.
The days get shorter after the Summer Solstice.
A cover letter should never exceed one page; often a far shorter letter will suffice.
Today's slightly shorter race could well help to tip the scales in his favour.
Why don't you take a leaf out of Anne's book and have your hair cut shorter?
你为什么不效法安妮,也把头发剪短些 呢 ?
If you set the boy among those tall children, he looks even shorter.
They wanted to work shorter hours.
Indeed official figures suggest the country has shrunk by 5% since 1993 and people in Russia live a shorter life now than those in 1961.
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