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shortage /”ʃɔ:tidʤ/ noun shortage; missing quantitya shortage of staff: lack of processinga shortage of 100 tons: missing 100 tons
shortening energy shortage electricity shortage energy shortagehousing shortage oil shortage oil shortagerefrigerant shortagerefrigerant shortageshortage of datawater shortagewater shortagewater shortagewater shortagelabour shortagelabour shortage quantity)capital shortage: critical capital shortage: dollar shortage: dollar shortage ) labormanpower shortage: shortage of manpowermaterial shortage: shortage of materials materials shortage: shortage of materials oil shortage: shortage of kerosene cashshortage of capital: shortage of capitalshortage of labor: shortage of laborshortage of staff: shortage of employeesstock shortage: advice of shortage: capital shortage: capital shortage domestic capital shortage expected shortage: shortage of expected shortage of housing inventory shortage shortage: oil shortage Shortage in (the) Weight: Shortage in the Cash: Shortage in the Cash u cash shortage in weight: lack of weightshortage of capital: lack of capitalshortage of labor: shortage of laborshortage of oil: shortage of keroseneshortage of raw materials : inventory shortage ordinary shortage: normal shortage. housing shortagehousing shortagehousing shortageshortageforeclosureshortageforeclosure<“∫ɔ:tidʒ> o shortfall The difference between the amount of oil or gas produced in a given time period. or shortening

Word families (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs): short, shortage, shortness, shorts, shorten, short, shortish, shortly

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shortage noun

ADJ. acute, desperate, dire, serious, severe the current acute shortage of teachers | growing, increasing | chronic | general | national, world the world shortage of coffee | current | wartime | cash, energy, food, fuel, housing, labor, manpower, skill/skills, staff, water

VERB + SHORTAGE cause, create, lead to, result in | be affected by, be hampered by, face, have, suffer (from) Industry is facing a serious labor shortage. | alleviate, deal with, ease, meet, overcome, solve, tackle The recent heavy rains have helped to ease the water shortage. | exculpate The energy shortages were exacerbated by the severe winter.

SHORTAGE + VERB occur | cause sth, lead to sth A shortage of resources has led to a cutback.

PREP. because of/due to a/the ~ Lives are being put at risk because of staff shortages. | ~ in Their economy continues to suffer shortages in raw materials. | ~ of a desperate shortage of food

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