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déchausser

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French deschaucier, equivalent to dé- +‎ chausser or from Late Latin discalceāre, present active infinitive of discalceō, from Latin calceō.

VerbEdit

déchausser

  1. to remove someone's shoes
  2. (reflexive, se déchausser) to take one's shoes off

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