Shunt


WORD OF THE DAY
ShuntSHəntPart of speech: verbOrigin: Middle English
1Push or shove (someone or something).2Direct or divert (someone or something) to a less important place or position.
 
Examples of Shunt in a sentence “The unused dishes will be shunted to the side once the buffet ends.” “The applicants with less experience were shunted to the bottom of the resume pile.”

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