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shear British & World English

Cut the wool off (a sheep or other animal)

shorn in shear British & World English

Cut the wool off (a sheep or other animal)

wind shear British & World English

Variation in wind velocity occurring along a direction at right angles to the wind’s direction and tending to exert a turning force

sheared in shear British & World English

Break off or cause to break off, owing to a structural strain

shear New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

cut off; remove hair etc. from;

shear English-Spanish

esquilar, trasquilar

to shear through sth English-Spanish

atravesar* algo