shut in

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to completely surround, enclose
to lock in

We need to shut the dog in so he doesn't escape.

If you shut yourself in a room, you stay in there and make sure nobody else can get in. After one particular bad result, he shut himself in the shower room for an hour see also shut-in
If you shut someone or something in a room, you close the door so that they cannot leave it. The door enables us to shut the birds in the shelter in bad weather
imprisoned; close on -; surrounded, jailed
surround completely; "Darkness enclosed him"
A person confined to a location, as by illness or infirmity

He visited shut-ins as a good deed.

Introverted
Confined to a location, as by infirmity or illness
A shut-in is someone who is ill for a long time, and has to stay in bed or at home. Meals on Wheels or similar programs that bring outside life to shut-ins. someone who is ill or disabled and cannot leave their house very easily
someone who is incapacitated by a chronic illness or injury
confined usually by illness
to close the valves on a well so it stops producing
A well in which the valves in the production tree have been closed to cease production or injection operations on a well
somewhat introverted
An oil or gas well which is inactive
shut in

    Турецкое произношение

    şʌt în

    Произношение

    /ˈsʜət ən/ /ˈʃʌt ɪn/

    Этимология

    [ 'sh&t ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English shutten, from Old English scyttan; akin to Middle Dutch schutten to shut in, Old English scEotan to shoot; more at SHOOT.

    Слово дня

    abacinate
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