shift

1. noun. General. Work period, usually a scheduled duration of eight hours.

2. noun or verb. Scenic. A scene change or, to make a scene change, "scene shift."

3. noun or verb. General. A change or deviation, "to shift gears," "musical pitch shift."

4. noun. Costumes. A garment, historically an under-garment worn by both women and men. From http://www.weartheshift.com/faq.php :
A shift is a simple, easy-fitting dress designed to fit close and comfy around the shoulders and bust, then glide down in an A-line shape over your waist and hips. It is not fitted at the waist, but people belt them all the time.
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