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shin 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
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shins, plural;
  1. Climb quickly up or down by gripping with one's arms and legs
    • - he shinned up a tree
Noun
  1. The front of the leg below the knee

  2. A cut of beef from the lower part of a cow's leg


  1. the front part of the human leg between the knee and the ankle
  2. clamber: climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
  3. a cut of meat from the lower part of the leg
  4. the 22nd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
  5. Shin is a Korean family name. In South Korea, there were 911,556 people name Shin in 2000.
  6. Shin (also spelled Šin (') or Sheen''') is the twenty-first letter in many Semitic abjads, including Phoenician , Aramaic/Hebrew , and Arabic (in abjadi order, 13th in modern order). Its sound value is a voiceless sibilant, or .
  7. The list of important characters in the role-playing game Suikoden II, primarily those who had key roles in the game. A number of these characters have appeared in its predecessor, Suikoden as well as the two Genso Suikogaiden games.
  8. The Shin is a Georgian fusion jazz band formed in Germany in 1998. The Shin are Zaza Miminoshvili (guitars, panduri), Zurab J. Gagnidze (bass, vocals) and Mamuka Gaganidze (vocals, percussion). ...
  9. (The shins) The Shins are an American indie rock band comprising singer, songwriter, and guitarist James Russell Mercer, guitarist/bassist Dave Hernandez, Eric Johnson of the Fruit Bats, drummer Joe Plummer and bassist Ron Lewis. ...
  10. (SHINS) The lowest lantern on a lighting boom. Named because of the proximity of sharp parts of the lantern to the flesh of the lower leg. This especially applies to standard dance lighting, when the lanterns are positioned at optimum height to light dancers on the stage floor. ...
  11. (Shins) Frontal section of lower leg bone, backed by large mass of muscle fibres, covered frontally by exceptionally thin dermal tissue and numerous neuroreceptors. Used for finding furniture in the dark.
  12. (B): novice: Junior member of the Monastic Order (male).
  13. The Pure Land School of Japanese Buddhism.
  14. splints, stress fractures, and chronic compartment syndrome have a common mechanism of development.
  15. a general term, from the Chinese hsin, for heart, mind, consciousness, and so on.
  16. verb – to push or pull on something.  Don’t shin on the heavy box or you’ll pull a muscle.
  17. n.: A device for finding furniture in the dark.
  18. heart, will, mind, also pronounced kokoro
  19. the rubber spacer placed at the inside front tip of a shinai.
  20. a temporary lighting position that puts a light on the floor in the wings. "Shin" comes from "shinbuster" a word invented by dancers who bump into these lights
  21. Cut of beef from the foreleg, used for casseroles and stews.