English → English - shadow

Pronunciation
n. darkness caused when light is blocked by an opaque object; darkness of twilight; trace, hint
v. shade, cast a shadow; dim, darken; follow, pursue, trail (especially in a stealthy way

English → Spanish - shadow

Pronunciation
s. sombra, penumbra
v. sombrear; ensombrecer, echar sombra;nublar; seguir, espiar

English → French - shadow

Pronunciation
n. ombre, flic en filature; pénombre; soupçon
v. ombrager; nuancer; porter une ombre; filer, suivre (filature)

English → German - shadow

Pronunciation
n. Schatten; Dunkel; Schattierung
v. schatten; überschatten

English → Indonesian - shadow

Pronunciation
n. bayangan, bayang, cerminan, senja, senja kala, kesuraman, kesedihan, hantu, tanda, jumlah sedikit, pengiring tetap, naung, naungan
v. menaungi, membayangi, melindungi, murung: menjadi murung, meramalkan, membuntuti, mengikuti secara diam-diam

English → Italian - shadow

Pronunciation
s. ombra; chimera, vana illusione; parvenza; (fam) persona magra, larva; traccia, barlume; (fig) minaccia, pericolo, spauracchio; (fig) riparo, protezione, difesa, schermo; fantasma, spettro
v. ombreggiare, ombrare, adombrare, fare ombra a; oscurare, offuscare; (fig) rattristare, gettare un'ombra su; pedinare, seguire come un'ombra, spiare

English → Polish - shadow

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n. cień, zacienienie, półmrok
v. zacieniać, szpiegować, zacienić
a. cienisty

English → Portuguese - shadow

Pronunciation
s. sombra; escuridão, meia luz; proteção
v. sombrear, dar sombra; escurecer; seguir, acompanhar

English → Romanian - shadow

Pronunciation
n. umbră, întuneric, spirit, singurătate, adăpost, stafie, fantomă, nuanţă, urmă
v. acoperi cu umbră, fila, ţese cu fire de diferite culori, închipui {lit.}

English → Russian - shadow

Pronunciation
с. тень, мрак; призрак; уныние; намек; постоянный спутник; шпик
г. затенять, заслонять от солнца, осенять; омрачать, излагать туманно, излагать аллегорически; предсказывать, предвещать; следовать по пятам, тайно следить

English → Turkish - shadow

Pronunciation
f. gölgelemek, karartmak, gölge gibi takibetmek, izlemek, hayal etmek, tasavvur etmek, belli etmek
i. gölge, karanlık, karartı, siluet, hayal, hayalet, zerre, iz, can yoldaşı, peşinden ayrılmayan hayvan, hüzün, keder, rahatsız eden duygu, koruma, kayırma

English → Ukrainian - shadow

Pronunciation
n. тінь, напівтемрява, невідомість, смуток, натяк, шпигун
v. затіняти, затьмарювати, засмучуватися, провіщати, іти по п'ятах

English → Dutch - shadow

Pronunciation
zn. schaduw; zweem; schemering
ww. schaduwen; een schaduw werpen op; achtervolgen

English → Greek - shadow

Pronunciation
ουσ. ίσκιος, σκιά
ρήμ. επισκιάζω, ιχνηλατώ, σκιάζω, παρακολουθώ κρυφίως

English → Arabic - shadow

Pronunciation
‏ظل، خيال، طيف، فيء، صورة منعكسة، ظلمة، شبح، بوليس سري‏
‏تعقب خلسة، تعقب سرا، ظلم‏

English → Chinese - shadow

Pronunciation
(名) 阴影, 影像, 影子
(动) 遮蔽, 预示, 使朦胧; 渐变, 变阴暗

English → Chinese - shadow

Pronunciation
(名) 陰影, 影像, 影子
(動) 遮蔽, 預示, 使朦朧; 漸變, 變陰暗

English → Hindi - shadow

Pronunciation
n. छाया, परछाई, प्रतिच्छाया, साया, प्रतिफल, प्रतिबिंब, तुच्छ पदार्थ, आभास, एकांतता, अविभाज्य साथी
v. छाया करना, अंधकार करना, ढांकना, छिपाना, आच्छादित करना, ग्रहण लगना, लगा रहना: के पिछे लगा रहना

English → Japanese - shadow

Pronunciation
(動) 陰にする; 影を落とす; 影で覆う; つきまとう; 尾行する
(名) 影; 映像; 陰; 暗い部分; 暗がり; くま

English → Korean - shadow

Pronunciation
명. 그림자; 응달; 영상, 환영
동. 그늘지게 하다; 어둡게 하다; 추적하다 (특히 몰래)

English → Vietnamese - shadow

Pronunciation
n. bóng, bóng tối, hồn ma, ảo ảnh, chổ ẩn dật
v. che bóng, theo dỏi người nào

Definition of shadow

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A dark image projected onto a surface where light (or other radiation) is blocked by the shade of an object.
My shadow lengthened as the sun began to set.
The X-ray showed a shadow on his lung.
2. Relative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom, obscurity.
I immediately jumped into shadow as I saw them approach.
3. A reflected image, as in a mirror or in water.
4. That which looms as though a shadow.
I don't have a shadow of doubt in my mind that my plan will succeed.   The shadow of fear of my being outed always affects how I live my life.   I lived in her shadow my whole life.
5. A small degree; a shade.
He did not give even a shadow of respect to the professor.
6. An imperfect and faint representation.
He came back from war the shadow of a man.
The neopagan ritual was only a pale shadow of the ones the Greeks held thousands of years ago
7. One who secretly or furtively follows another.
The constable was promoted to working as a shadow for the Royals.
8. A type of lettering form of word processors that makes a cubic effect.
9. An influence, especially a pervasive or a negative one.
10. A spirit; a ghost; a shade.
11. An uninvited guest accompanying one who was invited.
Verb
12. To block light or radio transmission.
Looks like that cloud's going to shadow us.
13. To secretly or discreetly track or follow another, to keep under surveillance.
14. To accompany a professional during the working day, so as to learn about an occupation one intends to take up.
15. To make an identifier, usually a variable, inaccessible by declaring another of the same name within the scope of the first.
16. To apply the shadowing process to (the contents of ROM).
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Verb Forms

Present participle: shadowing
Present: shadow (3.person: shadows)
Past: shadowed
Future: will shadow
Present conditional: would shadow
Present Perfect: have shadowed (3.person: has shadowed)
Past Perfect: had shadowed
Future Perfect: will have shadowed
Past conditional: would have shadowed
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