- n.铲子，铁锹; 铲车; 一铲; 铲状物
- vt.铲，铲出; 用铲子挖; 把…胡乱投入; 铲除，挖清
- 复数: shovels;
- 第三人称单数: shovels;
- 过去式: shovelled;
- 过去分词: shovelled;
- 现在分词: shovelling;
She dug the foundation with a pick and shovel.
" There you are — like a knife through butter,'said the demonstrator as the powered shovel swung back with its load.
当动力铲带着铲起的东西转回来时,示范的人说, “ 你瞧是不是,多么容易. ”
He was working with a pick and shovel.
It would be preposterous to shovel coal with a teaspoon.
He seized a shovel and set to.
The laborers had not appeared to shovel it.
Lean the shovel against the wall.
It didn't take them long to shovel a path through the snow.
Liz: If you live in Alaska. By the way, where's the shovel?
莉斯: 如果你住在阿拉斯加才正好. 哎, 铲子在 哪 ?
That's almost the distance from a snow shovel in Calgary to a palm tree in California.
The giant shovel is biting off big chunks from the hill.
Please dig the peanuts in the sand with your shovel.
He seized a shovel and went into the garden.
It didn't snow Sunday and residents took advantage to shovel off rooftops.
The bookkeeping staff would like to have an extra shovel of coal for the fire.
Either Tim or his brother has to shovel snow.
One was coming, carrying a shovel.
Life is going to shovel dirt on you, all kinds of dirt.
We'd better keep a decent distance from each other so that we can't break our shovel.
Offer Bill a dollar to shovel your sidewalk, and watch his smoke!
With my pick and shovel.
Tom, who'd brought along a shovel, could have dug out the truck and driven to town.
1. a hand tool for lifting loose material; consists of a curved container or scoop and a handle
2. the quantity a shovel can hold
3. a fire iron consisting of a small shovel used to scoop coals or ashes in a fireplace
4. a machine for excavating
1. dig with or as if with a shovel;
"he shovelled in the backyard all afternoon long"