dépouiller

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Etymology[edit]

Old French despoillier, from Latin dēspoliāre, present active infinitive of dēspoliō.

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dépouiller

  1. to skin (an animal)
  2. (literary) to rob, despoil
  3. to count (votes); to go through (mail); to peruse, examine in detail
  4. (literary) to strip, denude (of clothes, possessions etc.)
  5. (pronominal, literary) to divest oneself of
  6. (pronominal) (of an animal) to shed its skin

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