despir

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From Latin expedīre (to dispatch), with the prefix reinterpreted as des-.

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despir (past participle despido)

  1. (transitive, formal) to undress (to remove somebody’s clothes)
    A moça despiu-se antes de deitar na cama.
    The lady undressed before lying in bed.
    Synonyms: desnudar, desvestir, tirar as roupas de, tirar a roupa de
    Antonyms: vestir

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