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shadow

2 verb
     
shadow2 [transitive]
1 to follow someone closely in order to watch what they are doing:
Detectives shadowed him for weeks.
2 [usually passive] literary to cover something with a shadow, or make it dark:
a narrow street which was shadowed by a huge Catholic church

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