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The meaning of Shielded


Shielded – definition


Protect from a danger, risk, or unpleasant experience.

Usage examples:

He pulled the cap lower to shield his eyes from the glare

Remain apart from others for a period of time in order to avoid catching an infectious disease to which one may be particularly vulnerable.

Usage examples:

They are shielding to protect their own health

A broad piece of metal or another suitable material, held by straps or a handle attached on one side, used as a protection against blows or missiles.

Usage examples:

Patrick whipped out his new shield and the shield defended against the blow.

A person or thing providing protection.

Usage examples:

A coating of grease provides a shield against abrasive dirt

A large rigid area of the earth's crust, typically of precambrian rock, which has been unaffected by later orogenic episodes, e.g. the canadian shield.

Usage examples:

Their principal outcrops constitute the great precambrian shields of continental crust upon which l…

Past simple and past participle of shield

Usage examples:

She held her hand above her eyes to shield them from the sun., they are accused of trying to shield…

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Word origin

Old English scild (noun), scildan (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch schild and German Schild, from a base meaning ‘divide, separate’.

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