Definition of 'eliminate'
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Unfortunately, Toni reflected, even war could not eliminate the emotional complications which beset man's life. IN LOVE AND WAR (2003)I was opting for privacy 203 and not wishing to eliminate the pre-dinner drinks. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)Had something gone wrong with Hean's attempt to eliminate Dayton? A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE (2003)
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Translations for 'eliminate'
British English: eliminate /ɪˈlɪmɪˌneɪt/ VERB
To eliminate something means to remove it completely.
If you are allergic to a food, eliminate it from your diet.
- American English: eliminate
- Arabic: يَسْتَبْعِدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: eliminar
- Chinese: 排除
- Croatian: eliminirati
- Czech: odstranit
- Danish: eliminere
- Dutch: elimineren
- European Spanish: eliminar
- Finnish: eliminoida
- French: éliminer
- German: ausschließen Möglichkeit
- Greek: εξαλείφω
- Italian: eliminare
- Japanese: 除去する
- Korean: 제거하다
- Norwegian: eliminere
- Polish: wyeliminować
- European Portuguese: eliminar
- Romanian: a elimina
- Russian: удалять
- Spanish: eliminar
- Swedish: eliminera
- Thai: ขจัด
- Turkish: çıkarmak
- Ukrainian: ліквідувати
- Vietnamese: loại trừ xóa bỏ
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