Noun(1) the largest city of China; located in the east on the Pacific; one of the largest ports in the world
Verb(1) take (someone
(1) Which begs the question: How did the film-makers shanghai this many recognizable actors into such a debacle?(2) the springy, resilient saplings would shanghai him backwards(3) Or, a bowl of intense onion soup under a mantle of heat-blasted GruyÔö£┬┐re croutons lies waiting to shanghai your palate with a sneak shot of warming red pepper.(4) It wasn't $20 million, but it was still more money than I imagine this woman had seen in her life - a pretty good payout and hardly deterrence to other parents in the neighborhood who felt entitled to shanghai the system.(5) But first of all, it's not like they're going to take a helicopter down there and shanghai these people to the CBS studios.(6) Gender-hustlers in the equal Opportunities Commission sponsored over three hundred programmes to shanghai women into Science and Engineering.(7) The night before he began his college basketball career, Anthony was shanghaied along with the rest of his Syracuse teammates and was taken to a party at the New York museum on board the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier.(8) Adventure shanghaied me to near disaster on the high seas.(9) I felt like an idiot, standing there with nothing to say after I'd shanghaied him.(10) It was probably the first time any of them had received a kind word from the panda since they had been shanghaied to the crew.(11) The merchant ship's hold had been emptied, and according to the crew some of their shipmates had been shanghaied by the pirates.(12) To recap: last week Jack shanghaied a suspect and used a taser to force him to reveal the location of the primary bad guy.(13) Budd innocently exalts, even as he is shanghaied and set upon a path that leads to the yardarm.(14) What they don't realize is that the plane is still en route to LA and Walt has merely shanghaied their minds for this astral plane adventure.(15) Joe, and Ned it turns out, are minutes from being shanghaied into white slavery when Nancy finally gets around to saving them.(16) I, for instance, listen largely to Radio National, which has in recent years been shanghaied by this Government and is now less likely to present an unbiased view for fear of being sacked and general de-funding.
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Different Formsshanghai, shanghaied, shanghaiing, shanghais
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