Translation of shake off in Spanish:

shake off

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
  • [pursuer/reporter] deshacerse* or zafarse de, quitarse or [familiar/colloquial] sacudirse de encima; [habit] quitarse; [cold] quitarse de encima she couldn't shake off her depression no podía salir de su depresión
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