(Nom commun) De l’anglo-saxon sceadu.
(Verbe) De l’anglo-saxon sceadwian.

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Singulier Pluriel


  1. Ombre.
    • Stay out of the sun. The temperature is already 40 degrees even in the shade.
  2. Teinte, nuance.
    • The room will look better if you paint it a slightly lighter shade of blue.
    • Previously, the shade was lighter to match the blue of the European Union flag as decided by President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing in 1976. — (Macron reverts French flag to navy blue from lighter EU shade, euronews, 2021 November 11)

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Temps Forme
Infinitif to shade
\Prononciation ?\
Présent simple,
3e pers. sing.
Prétérit shaded
Participe passé shaded
Participe présent shading
voir conjugaison anglaise

shade transitif et intransitif

  1. Ombrager.
    • The sketch has a lot of potential, but you'll need to shade it in better.


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