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To remove clothes and not wear clothes - synonyms or related words



to take off the clothes or a piece of clothing you are wearing and put on different ones



very formal to take your clothes off



mainly literary to take off a piece of clothing, especially a hat

fling off

if you fling off your clothes, you take them off quickly



to put on or take off clothing

get out of

to take off clothes so that you can put on more comfortable clothes

kick off

to make your shoes come off by shaking your feet



used for saying that clothes or shoes are removed

peel off

to remove a tight or wet piece of clothing

pull off

to take off clothes, especially quickly



to take off clothing

shrug off

to remove clothes by shaking them off your body

shuck off

American to take a piece of clothing off

slip off

to take a piece of clothing off quickly

slip out of

to take clothes off



to take off all of your clothes or all of another person’s clothes



to take off your clothes as entertainment

strip down

to remove all or most of your clothes

strip off

to take off all your clothes

strip off

to take off some of your clothes

take down

to lower your underwear or trousers without taking them off

take off

to remove something, especially a piece of clothing

tear off

to remove your clothes quickly and carelessly

throw off

to quickly remove a piece of clothing



to make the buckle on something such as a belt loose before taking it off



to remove your clothes, or to remove someone else’s clothes

divest yourself of something

formal to take off something that you are wearing

get your kit off

to take off your clothes

not have a stitch on

to not be wearing any clothes


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