shadow (of an object or person) The intruder cast a shadow on the wall.
shade (in general, shadows cast by unspecific objects or things like trees) Stay in the shade or you'll get sunburnt. Let's wait under the shade of the trees. note: shady is the adjective of shade but it can mean the literal shade (it was shady out today) or be used informally to describe someone you don't trust (He looked at me and I could tell from the shady glances that he had conned many people in his life)
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