Shave

• (v. i.) To use a razor for removing the beard; to cut closely; hence, to be hard and severe in a bargain; to practice extortion; to cheat. • (v. t.) To make bare or smooth by cutting off closely the surface, or surface covering, of; especially, to remove the hair from with a razor or other sharp instrument; to take off the beard or hair...
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shave

1. To cut or pare off from the surface of a body with a razor or other edged instrument; to cut off closely, as with a razor; as, to shave the beard. ... 2. To make bare or smooth by cutting off closely the surface, or surface covering, of; especially, to remove the hair from with a razor or other sharp instrument; to take off the beard or hair of;...
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shave

shaving noun the act of removing hair with a razor
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Shave

[magazine] Shave is both a print and online men`s-lifestyle magazine created by Shave Media Group. Shave also syndicates content through news portals, such as MSN. ...
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Shave

Shave intransitive verb To use a razor for removing the beard; to cut closely; hence, to be hard and severe in a bargain; to practice extortion; to cheat.
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Shave

Shave noun [ Anglo-Saxon scafa , sceafa, a sort of knife. See Shave , transitive verb ] 1. A thin slice; a shaving. Wright. 2. A cutting of the beard; the operation of shaving. 3. (a) An exorbitant discount on a note. [ C...
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Shave

Shave obsolete past participle of Shave . Chaucer. « His beard was shave as nigh as ever he can.» Chaucer.
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Shave

Shave transitive verb [ imperfect Shaved ; past participle Shaved or Shaven ; present participle & verbal noun Shaving .] [ Middle English shaven , schaven , Anglo-Saxon scafan
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Shave

Prior to a major competition a swimmer will shave his or her entire body. The removal of the hair provides less resistance between shin and water and heightens a swimmer's sensations in the water. A degree of psychological advantage may also be gained.
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Shave

Shave is American military slang for an unauthenticated report.
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shave

[n] - the act of removing hair with a razor 2. [v] - cut the price of 3. [v] - make shavings of or reduce to shavings 4. [v] - cut closely 5. [v] - touch the surface of lightly 6. [v] - remove body hair with a razor
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