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Meaning of “shake sth out” - Learner’s Dictionary

shake sth out

phrasal verb with shake     /ʃeɪk/ verb ( past tense shook, past participle shaken)
to hold something that is made of cloth at one end and move it up and down in order to get rid of dirtShaking, swinging and vibrating
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…
(Definition of shake sth out from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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