shake sth out Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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shake sth out

phrasal verb with shake uk   us   /ʃeɪk/ verb (shook, shaken)
to hold something such as a piece of cloth at one end and shake it up and down to get rid of dirt or folds: I was on the back doorstep shaking out a rug.
Translations of “shake sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 將…抖乾淨(或抖展)…
in Russian вытряхивать, выколачивать что-либо…
in Turkish silkelemek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 将…抖干净(或抖展)…
in Polish wytrzepać coś…
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