\ʃˈɛlf], \ʃˈɛlf], \ʃ_ˈɛ_l_f]\
Definitions of SHELF
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n. [Anglo Saxon] A board or platform elevated above the floor and fixed or set horizontally on a frame or contiguous to a wall for holding vessels books, &c.;â€”a sand-bank in the sea, or a rock or ledge â€ž of rocks rendering the water shallow and dangerous to ships;â€”in mining, a level vein or stratum , or a flat projecting layer of rock.
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