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shuck sth off

phrasal verb with shuck uk   us   /ʃʌk/ verb [T] US
to remove a piece of clothing, especially one that limits you: The lifeguard shucked off his sweatshirt. to get rid of something that limits you or causes you problems: They seem to be able to just shuck off guilt.
Translations of “shuck sth off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 脫掉,脫去(衣物), 擺脫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脱掉,脱去(衣物), 摆脱…
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