- n. 铁铲；一铲的量；铲车
- vt. 铲除；用铲挖；把…胡乱塞入
- vi. 铲
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1. shove => shovel (因为铲子、铁铲、铲车就是拿来“推(shove)土”用的。).
2. etymologically an 'implement for shoving'.
- shovel (n.)
- Old English scofl, sceofol "shovel," related to scufan (see shove (v.)), from Proto-Germanic *skublo (cognates: Old Saxon skufla, Swedish skovel, Middle Low German schufle, Middle Dutch shuffel, Dutch schoffel, Old High German scuvala, German Schaufel). Shovel-ready, with reference to construction projects, is attested by 2006.
- shovel (v.)
- mid-15c., from shovel (n.). Related: Shoveled; shoveling. Compare German schaufeln, verb from noun.
- 1. He took a shovel, dug a hole, and buried his once-prized possessions.
- 2. She dug the foundation with a pick and shovel.
- 3. It would be preposterous to shovel coal with a teaspoon.
- 4. He was working with a pick and shovel.
- 5. He seized a shovel and set to.
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