to remove hair using a razor, to cut a thin slice from something
Past Participle form
I shave every day.
Woman usually shave their legs and armpits.
A: The table your are building looks good.
B: Thank you. I need to shave a bit off the side.
A: Will it be finished then?
B: Yes, but I still need to paint it.
When I was young I shaved my head.
The chef shaved a truffle and added it on top.
A: I need a hair cut. Look, it's so long.
B: Will you shave it off?
A: No. I shaved it all off once before and looked silly.
B: Yeah, I can see that.
She was shaving a customer when the razor slipped. The cut wasn't bad but he complained.
A: Where's dad?
B: He's getting ready to go out.
A: What's he doing?
B: He's shaving.
I've shaved my head once before. It was not good.
The athlete has shaved his legs to make him run quicker.
A: She hasn't shaved her legs since lockdown started.
B: Why's that?
A: What's the point?
B: I suppose.