Hindi translation of 'eradicate'
Word forms: eradicates, eradicating, eradicated
To eradicate something means to get rid of it completely.[formal]उन्मूलन करनाजड़ से मिटाना
Doctors are trying to eradicate illnesses such as malaria.eradicate something in/from a place virtually/completely/almost eradicated eradicate disease/poverty/illiteracy/racism
eradication uncountable nounउन्मूलन mn
...the eradication of homelessness.the eradication of something the eradication of poverty/disease/corruption polio/smallpox/malaria eradication
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That was a large part of what the war had been fought over-those in the Old World had wanted to eradicate magic from mankind.NAKED EMPIRE (2004)
He could tear at her, and tear and tear, but he could never eradicate Foley.DANSVILLE (2004)
The white expanse would eradicate those seething images, those demons which warred within him.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2004)
She sat through the days, one much like the next, filled with memories she couldn't eradicate.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2004)
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British English: eradicate VERB
To eradicate something means to get rid of it completely.
They are already battling to eradicate illnesses such as malaria and tetanus.
Translation of eradicate from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary