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Unformatted text preview: d � x www.iciba.com � �� � � � � doff verb [with obj.](dated)remove (an item of clothing, especially a hat) (d ) °‡x the manager doffed his hat to her. °‡ d late Middle English: contraction of do off. Compare with don Ø >i ¼ª ä doff D.J.[dɔ:f, dɔf] K.K.[dɔf, dɑf] vt. <d >d ;(d )d to doff one’s hat Ø >i ¼ªä She doffs her garb worn under fire and wears again female attire. °‡ x b doff [dɔf] vt. d , d (d ) g < i ¼ª , d , d d , d (d ) èJi¼ ª ä doff [däf, dôf] verb (transitive) (dated ) remove (an item of clothing): he had doffed tie and jacket and rolled up his shirtsleeves. ■tip (one's hat) as a greeting or token of respect: the manager doffed his hat to her. d – ORIGIN late Middle English: contraction of do off. Compare with don2. g Ki ¼ ª ä doff vt. d , d , d [d ] quick doff-don capacity ˆ Ci ¼ ª ä ɔ >> • remove • take off • undo All rights reserved by Kingsoft © Copyright 2008 ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course PHY 101 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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