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a       vt  
1    descalzar a algn      to take off sb's shoes  
2    (=quitar la cuña)  
to remove the chocks from  
  [+armario, mesa]  
to remove the wedge(s) from
b    descalzarse      vpr  
1    to take off one's shoes  
descalzarse los guantes      to take off one's gloves  
2    [caballo]   to cast a shoe
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
descalzar a algn exp.
to take off sb's shoes

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"descalzar": examples and translations in context
Siempre y cuando no me tenga que descalzar. Okay, so long as I can keep my shoes on.
No sirve ni para descalzar a Ed. He can't hold a candle to Ed.
Un idiota intentó activada una bomba con sus pies apestosos y sudados y ahora me tengo que descalzar para caminar por la putrefacción de los pies de millones de viajeros cada vez que vuelo. Some idiot tries to light a bomb with his stinking sweaty feet, and now I got to take my shoes off to walk through the foot rot of a million travelers every time I fly.
Creo que me voy a descalzar. I think I'll start by taking my shoes off.
Pensé que se me iban a descalzar los brazos. I thought my arm holes were going to pull out of the sockets.
En efecto, los viajeros, por ejemplo, en determinados aeropuertos se tienen que descalzar y quitarse el cinturón, mientras que en otros se les ahorra esta molestia. For example, passengers at some airports have to remove their shoes and belts, while this is not required of them at others.
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