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shed in Factories topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshedshed1 /ʃed/ ●●○ S3 noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 TBBa small building, often made of wood, used especially for storing things 🔊 a tool shed 🔊 a cattle shed2 TIFa large industrial building where work is done, large vehicles are kept, machinery is stored etc
Examples from the Corpus
shed• They might have been garages and they might have been sheds.• Constable Quince hid in the potting shed and lit a Woodbine.• Since then he and the other customers have had to gather in a renovated shed.• a storage shed• We found two old bill hooks in the shed and proceeded to become cavalry.• Jimmy was sitting in the shed sharpening a scythe.• Trestles have been set up in the shed, sheets of plywood laid over them.• The water is flushed through the sheds numerous times, becoming more concentrated with each pass.• On the lefthand side was the shed where they kept the saddlery.• We keep the ladder in the tool shed.