Shake off - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈʃeɪk ˈɒf|
Brit.  |ʃeɪk ɒf|


- get rid of (syn: shake, throw off)
- get rid of (syn: cast, cast off, drop, shed, throw, throw away, throw off)

Extra examples

I can't seem to shake off this fever.

After a three-mile chase, he was able to shake off the police.

...the warring groups need to shake off the manacle of their troubled past and learn to live with one another in peace...

He seems unable to shake off the wise guy tone of voice

He found him a species of barnacle rather difficult to shake off.

I can't seem to shake off this cold.

Outside investment has helped Sheridan to shake off its image as a depressed industrial town.

Current translation version is made automatically. You can suggest your own version. Changes will take effect after the administrator approves them.
Original text in English:
Our translation to English:
Community translations to English:
    This feature is allowed to authorized users only.
    Please, register on our website at registration page. After registration you can log in and use that feature.
    Registration   Login   Home