1. To free from a burden, evil, or distress; SYN. deliver.
2. To provide physical relief, as from pain; SYN. alleviate, palliate, assuage.
3. To take by stealing
1. To remove from a position or an office.
2. To remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc.; or remove something abstract; SYN. take, take away.
3. To shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes; SYN. transfer.
Sinonimi: put back
ETYM Pref. re- + place: cf. French replacer.
1. To put something back where it belongs; SYN. put back.
2. To substitute a person or thing for (another that has ceased to fulfil its function).
1. To mimic or imitate, esp. in an amusing or satirical manner
2. To prove fatal
3. To remove clothes
4. To take away or remove,
5. To take off from the ground, as of an aircraft or balloon; SYN. lift off.
6. To take time off from work; stop working temporarily; SYN. take time off.
When an airplane leaves the ground and flies up into the air, it takes off.
When a business or other organized activity becomes very successful, it takes off.
When people are elected, appointed, or hired to take control of a country, state, city, business, school, building, and so on, and to replace the people in control, they take over, take over as something, or take over from someone.
To remove the soldering from.