woodshed(redirected from take (someone) to the woodshed)
A shed in which firewood is stored.
intr.v. wood·shed·ded, wood·shed·ding, wood·sheds SlangIdioms:
To practice on a musical instrument.
take (someone) to the woodshed
To reprimand or punish (someone).
trip to the woodshed
An instance of being reprimanded or punished.
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(Building) a small outbuilding where firewood, garden tools, etc, are stored
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n., v. -shed•ded, -shed•ding. n.
1. a shed for storing wood for fuel.v.i.
2. Informal. to practice a musical instrument assiduously and with a specific goal in mind: He's woodshedding for next week's show.
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|Noun||1.||woodshed - a shed for storing firewood or garden tools|
shed - an outbuilding with a single story; used for shelter or storage
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woodshed[ˈwʊdʃed] N → leñera f
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woodshed[ˈwʊdˌʃɛd] n → legnaia
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