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Shut-in may refer to:
- Shut-in (river), a river that's naturally confined within a deep, narrow channel
- A shut-in is a person who is either unwilling or unable to leave his/her home, often due to disability, or a mental disease such as agoraphobia. See recluse.
- Shutting-in, in the petroleum industry, is the implementation of a production cap lower than the available output at a particular site.
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حبس کردن ،مريض بسترى
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v : surround completely; "darkness enclosed him" [syn: enclose, inclose]
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hapsetmek, kapamak, çıkarmamak, kuşatmak, sıkıştırmak (parmak vb.), kıstırmak, kapmak, görüşünü engellemek
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