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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: shāv, IPA(key): /ʃeɪv/ * Rhymes: -eɪv

  • enPR: shāv, IPA(key): /ʃeɪv/
  • Rhymes: -eɪv

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _shaven_, _schaven_, from Old English _scafan_ (“to shave, scrape, shred, polish”), from Proto-Germanic _*skabaną_ (“to scratch”), from Proto-Indo-European _*skÀbʰ-_, _*skabʰ-_ (“to cut, split, form, carve”). Cognate with West Frisian _skave_, Dutch _schaven_ (“to shave, plane”), Low German _schaven_ (“to scrape, scratch, shave”), German _schaben_ (“to scrape, shave”), Danish _skave_, Swedish _skava_ (“to scrape, chafe”), Icelandic _skafa_. VERB SHAVE (_third-person singular simple present_ SHAVES, _present participle_ SHAVING, _simple past_ SHAVED _or_ (obsolete) SHOVE, _past participle_ SHAVED _or_ SHAVEN) * (transitive) To make bald by using a tool such as a razor or pair of electric clippers to cut the hair close to the skin. * (transitive) To cut anything in this fashion. * The labourer with the bending scythe is seen / SHAVING the surface of the waving green. * (intransitive) To remove hair from one's face by this means. _I had little time to SHAVE this morning._ * (transitive) To cut finely, as with slices of meat. * To skim along or near the surface of; to pass close to, or touch lightly, in passing. * Milton Now SHAVES with level wing the deep. * 1899, Joseph Conrad, _Heart of Darkness_, section 2 […] I watched for sunken stones; I was learning to clap my teeth smartly before my heart flew out, when I SHAVED by a fluke some infernal sly old snag that would have ripped the life out of the tin–pot steamboat and drowned all the pilgrims; […] * (archaic, transitive) To be hard and severe in a bargain with; to practice extortion on; to cheat. * (US, slang, dated, transitive) To buy (a note) at a discount greater than the legal rate of interest, or to deduct in discounting it more than the legal rate allows. DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

From Middle English shaven, schaven, from Old English scafan (to shave, scrape, shred, polish), from Proto-Germanic *skabaną (to scratch), from Proto-Indo-European *skÀbʰ-, *skabʰ- (to cut, split, form, carve). Cognate with West Frisian skave, Dutch schaven (to shave, plane), Low German schaven (to scrape, scratch, shave), German schaben (to scrape, shave), Danish skave, Swedish skava (to scrape, chafe), Icelandic skafa.

Verb

shave (third-person singular simple present shaves, present participle shaving, simple past shaved or (obsolete) shove, past participle shaved or shaven)

  1. (transitive) To make bald by using a tool such as a razor or pair of electric clippers to cut the hair close to the skin.
  2. (transitive) To cut anything in this fashion.
  3. (intransitive) To remove hair from one's face by this means.
    I had little time to shave this morning.
  4. (transitive) To cut finely, as with slices of meat.
  5. To skim along or near the surface of; to pass close to, or touch lightly, in passing.
  6. (archaic, transitive) To be hard and severe in a bargain with; to practice extortion on; to cheat.
  7. (US, slang, dated, transitive) To buy (a note) at a discount greater than the legal rate of interest, or to deduct in discounting it more than the legal rate allows.
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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

Old English _sceafa_ NOUN SHAVE (_plural_ SHAVES) * An instance of shaving. _I instructed the barber to give me a SHAVE._ * A thin slice; a shaving. (Can we find and add a quotation of Wright to this entry?) * (US, slang, dated) An exorbitant discount on a note. * (US, slang, dated) A premium paid for an extension of the time of delivery or payment, or for the right to vary a stock contract in any particular. (Can we find and add a quotation of N. Biddle to this entry?) * A hand tool consisting of a sharp blade with a handle at each end; a spokeshave. DERIVED TERMS * close shave TRANSLATIONS

Old English sceafa

Noun

shave (plural shaves)

  1. An instance of shaving.
    I instructed the barber to give me a shave.
  2. A thin slice; a shaving.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Wright to this entry?)
  3. (US, slang, dated) An exorbitant discount on a note.
  4. (US, slang, dated) A premium paid for an extension of the time of delivery or payment, or for the right to vary a stock contract in any particular.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of N. Biddle to this entry?)
  5. A hand tool consisting of a sharp blade with a handle at each end; a spokeshave.
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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

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