shake off a cold

shake off a cold
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  • shake off — {v.}, {informal} To get away from when followed; get rid of; escape from. * /A convict escaped from prison and shook off the officers trying to follow him./ * /Tom could not shake off his cold./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shake off — {v.}, {informal} To get away from when followed; get rid of; escape from. * /A convict escaped from prison and shook off the officers trying to follow him./ * /Tom could not shake off his cold./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shake\ off — v informal To get away from when followed; get rid of; escape from. A convict escaped from prison and shook off the officers trying to follow him. Tom could not shake off his cold …   Словарь американских идиом

  • shake — shake1 W2S3 [ʃeık] v past tense shook [ʃuk] past participle shaken [ˈʃeıkən] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(move)¦ 2¦(body)¦ 3 shake your head 4 shake somebody s hand/shake hands with somebody 5¦(shock)¦ 6 shake somebody s confidence/beliefs etc 7 somebody s voice… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • shake — 1 / SeIk/ past tense shook past participle shaken verb 1 MOVEMENT (I) to move up and down or from side to side with quick repeated movements: His hand shook as he signed the paper. | The ground was shaking beneath their feet. | shake with… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cold — I adj. of a low temperature 1) biting, bitter, bitterly cold (it was bitter cold) 2) cold to (cold to the touch) unfriendly 3) cold towards II n. low temperature 1) biting, bitter, extreme, intense, severe cold 2) the cold has let up illness 3)… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • shake — I. verb (shook; shaken; shaking) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sceacan; akin to Old Norse skaka to shake Date: before 12th century intransitive verb 1. to move irregularly to and fro 2. to vibrate especially as the result of a blow… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shake — [shāk] vt. shook, shaken, shaking [ME schaken < OE sceacan, akin to LowG schaken < IE * skeg , var. of base * skek > SHAG1] 1. to cause to move up and down, back and forth, or from side to side with short, quick movements 2. to bring,… …   English World dictionary

  • shake — shake1 [ ʃeık ] (past tense shook [ ʃuk ] ; past participle shaken [ ʃeıkən ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 make quick movements ▸ 2 get rid of problem etc. ▸ 3 when voice sounds weak ▸ 4 make less strong etc. ▸ 5 cause fear/emotion ▸ 6 escape from someone ▸ +… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shake — shakable, shakeable, adj. /shayk/, v., shook, shaken, shaking, n. v.i. 1. to move or sway with short, quick, irregular vibratory movements. 2. to tremble with emotion, cold, etc. 3. to become dislodged and fall (usually fol. by off …   Universalium

  • shake — Synonyms and related words: Bebung, abandon, abate, accost, address, affright, age, agitate, agitating, agitation, alarm, alcoholic drink, all overs, anthem, aphonia, appall, artificial voice, assault, attenuate, avoid, awe, ballad, be cold, beam …   Moby Thesaurus


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