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Spanish translation of “shave”

shave

verb /ʃeiv/
to cut away (hair) from (usually oneself) with a razor
afeitarse
He only shaves once a week.
(sometimes with off) to scrape or cut away (the surface of wood etc)
cepillar
The joiner shaved a thin strip off the edge of the door.
to touch lightly in passing
pasar rozando
The car shaved the wall.
shaven adjective shaved
afeitado
He was dark and clean-shaven.
shaver noun a piece of electrical equipment used for shaving
Maquina de Afeitar
an electric shaver.
shavings noun plural very thin strips especially of wood
viruta
The glasses were packed in wood shavings.
(Definition of shave from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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