- n.窝棚，简陋的小屋; <俚>无线电收发室; <美>游民; 驽马，废马
- 复数: shacks;
Sheep shouldn't sleep in a shack.
He and Wild Child Shack, the dry out a lot of wonderful things spectacle of himself.
So some guerrillas came and ped a bench outside this small shack.
The family concealed Tom in their shack.
Abruzzi : Does not a warm hand feel better than a cold shack?
难道一个温暖的握手不比一间冰冷的牢房感觉要好 吗 ?
Like most hard materials, diamonds are quite brittle and cannot stand much shack.
Then the fisherman got up and went home to his wife in the filthy shack.
He had to sit down five times before he reached his shack.
She was going to shack up in a hotel for a couple of days.
Mr. Obama: Right near Harold's Chicken Shack.
Sheep shouldn't sleep in a shack. Sheep should sleep in a shed.
She stepped over to the cook shack and looked in.
He built a thatched shack in front and is going to sell watermelons there.
At night, alone in his shack, Santiago dreamed of lions on the beaches of Africa.
In his shack he fell on his bed and went to sleep.
He had to sit down five times before the reached his shack.
Radio Shack , RSH. That company coming out with earnings of twelve percent.
Is it better to shack up with my girlfriend before marrying?
结婚前先和女朋友同居,是不是更好 呢 ?
After the reunion, I went to the old shack just out of curiosity.
In Agricola, you're a farmer in a wooden shack with your spouse and little else.
Radio Shack and Commodore Business Machines also introduced PCs that year.
Yuke Bomber Shack on target! We took out the runway.
At the very back of the yard, several feet from Lenny, was a wooden shack.
The Government was keen for people to get married rather than shack up.
They have since knocked down the shack.
I moved away from the shack and picked my way among the rubble.
My husband was ordered out on a long-term duty, and I was left in a tiny shack alone.
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1. small crude shelter used as a dwelling
1. make one's home or live in;
"She resides officially in Iceland"
"I live in a 200-year old house"
"These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted"
"The plains are sparsely populated"
2. move, proceed, or walk draggingly pr slowly;
"John trailed behind behis class mates"
"The Mercedes trailed behind the horse cart"
To sleep together or live in sexual intimacy without being married.
To live, room, or stay at a place
I'm shacking up with my cousin till I find a place of my own.