Shift Là Gì

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to lớn (cause something or someone to) move sầu or change from one position or direction to lớn another, especially slightly:
 

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a group of workers who vì a job for a period of time during the day or night, or the period of time itself:
Are you on the night shift or the day shift? (= Do you work during the night period or the day period?)
When you shift the gears of a vehicle, you move sầu them inkhổng lồ different positions lớn change the speed of the vehicle.

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the period that a person is scheduled khổng lồ work, or a group of workers who work during the same period of time:
shift (sth) away from sth They have sầu shifted the emphasis of the business away from traditional manufacturing.
The sales projections were over-optimistic and left them with $100 million of stoông chồng they couldn"t shift.
an agreed period of time during the day or night when particular employees work, in a factory, hospital, etc.:
on a computer keyboard, a key that changes the letter, number, or symbol that would normally appear when you press another key at the same time:
Depending on how many shifts he gets, he says his take-trang chính pay sometimes comes out khổng lồ less than $100 for the week.
In the case of the insurance industry, three things happened from the early 1990s onward to lớn cause the shift.
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