Definition of 'remove'
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Tonight he can become a unified world champion and remove any doubts about his standing. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Despite attempts to get the video removed it continued to reappear. The Sun (2016)But what if a sovereign government decides to remove another country from the internet? Computing (2010)People need to be very cautious about calls to remove it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And the longer they stay the less likely they are to get removed. The Sun (2016) Another removed his police shirt so he would not be a target. The Sun (2017)He should be removed from office. The Sun (2017)I was actually removing an obstacle from a footpath. Times, Sunday Times (2016)National Grid has already agreed to remove about 45 existing pylons from around the country. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The school removed her from two of the periods but left her covering one. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has the power to remove it and will recover the costs from your neighbour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Removing from office a volunteer of long standing can be a perilous action. Christianity Today (2000)Your average guy just wants to get his hair removed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What about removing dancers with low body mass indexes? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The scheme aims to seek out potential female leaders and actively remove obstacles to their promotion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Trim lawn edges to remove hiding places for slugs. The Sun (2008)We and they belong to areas of human experience removed from one another by millions of years. Alternative Health Care for Children (1989)Remove the cooled cake from the tin. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Try using lemon juice to remove tobacco stains from your fingers. Understanding Cancer (1987)Yesterday she was making inquiries to get it removed. The Sun (2011)The job of ministers is to abolish and remove these obstacles to good teaching. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Remove and place the mixture in a bowl. The Sun (2015)The needle was finally removed in another op. The Sun (2006)They remove plaque and stains and will return teeth to their original pearly whiteness. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)They were so far removed from his experience of the world that they had little impact on him. Burning Bright (2007)All the print journalism experience has been removed and her radio experience changed to reflect that it is not ongoing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Remove and rest for five minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Should asbestos in schools be removed? Times, Sunday Times (2010)In 1975 he was removed from power by another army group. Twentieth Century History - Basic Facts (1985)What's the bet he will now be quietly removed from office? The Sun (2008)Cut the stems down to about 6in and remove the soil without harming the tubers. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'remove'
British English: remove /rɪˈmuːv/ VERB
If you remove something from a place, you take it away.
He went to the refrigerator and removed a bottle of milk.
- American English: remove
- Arabic: يُزيِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: remover
- Chinese: 移走
- Croatian: ukloniti
- Czech: odstranit
- Danish: fjerne
- Dutch: verwijderen
- European Spanish: suprimir quitar
- Finnish: siirtää
- French: retirer
- German: entfernen
- Greek: αφαιρώ
- Italian: eliminare
- Japanese: 移す
- Korean: 제거하다
- Norwegian: fjerne
- Polish: usunąć
- European Portuguese: remover
- Romanian: a scoate
- Russian: удалять
- Spanish: suprimir
- Swedish: flytta ändra läge
- Thai: เคลื่อนย้าย
- Turkish: kaldırmak
- Ukrainian: видаляти
- Vietnamese: dời đi
Definition of remove from the Collins English Dictionary
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