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[Subject: Food & Drink]

- To remove to the skin or natural coating of, usu. with a knife or a "peeler" (q.v.).

Translated by: ISAAC SMITH

Translated in 14 languages

[Subject: Agriculture & Related Technologies]

Translated in 7 languages

[Subject: Food & Drink]

Translated in 4 languages

[Subject: Language]

- 1.- To strip off an outer layer of (peel an orange). 2.- To remove by stripping. 3.- To come off in sheets or scales to loose an outer layer (as of skin) 4.- To take off one's clothes.

Translated by: PABLA ADRIANA NARANJO PONCE

Translated in 3 languages

- A baker's shovel

Translated by: RHISIART HINCKS

Translated in 2 languages


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cy Welsh rhawlech   View Word  - 6520927

[Subject: Photography & Photographs, Apparatus, Equipments, Materials]

Translated in 2 languages


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fr French détacher   View Word  - 941626

[Subject: Generalities]

Translated in 2 languages

Translated in 2 languages


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fr French peau   View Word  - 401645

- To break away from a group or formation ... (often used with off)

Translated by: PABLA ADRIANA NARANJO PONCE

Translated in 1 languages


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