1. To remove an organ or bodily structure by surgery.
2. To wear away through erosion or vaporization.
Sinonimi: get rid of
To do away with; SYN. get rid of.
ETYM Latin abstrahere to draw from, separate; ab, abs + trahere to draw.
1. To remove a part from a whole.
2. To consider apart from a particular case or instance.
3. To consider a concept without thinking of a specific example; consider abstractly or theoretically.
4. To give an abstract or summary of.
1. To carry off, to take away.
2. To break off; to lose; as.
3. To take possession of the mind; to charm; to delude; as, to be carried away by music, or by temptation.
1. To remove to a distance.
2. To remove from life
1. To remove objects of obstruction
2. To clear from impurities, blemishes, pollution, etc.
3. To go away or disappear
4. To make a way or path by removing objects:
5. To make clear, bright, light, or translucent
6. To pass by, over, or under without making contact; SYN. top.
7. To remove (people) from a building
8. To remove the occupants of
9. To rid of instructions or data
10. To sell
11. To settle, as of a debt
12. To free from payment of customs duties, as of a shipment
13. To pass an inspection or receive authorization
14. To be debited and credited to the proper bank accounts
To restore a device to a prescribed initial state, usually the zero state.
Sinonimi: force out
1. To remove from a throne or other high position
2. To put down; deposit
3. To testify to under oath or by affidavit; affirm, assert; to take a deposition of
4. To bear witness
5. To force to leave (an office); SYN. force out.
1. To remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied; SYN. displace, bump.
2. To remove or force out from a position; SYN. free.
1. To strip of furniture and equipments, guns, etc.; to unrig; to strip of walls or outworks; to break down.
2. To strip of coverings or clothes.
3. To disable; to render useless.
1. To force to move; SYN. force out.
2. To move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment; SYN. uproot, deracinate.
3. To take the place of.
1. To deprive of status or authority.
2. To take away one's investment.
1. To kill in large numbers; SYN. annihilate, extinguish, eradicate, wipe out, decimate, carry off.
2. To terminate or take out; SYN. get rid of, do away with.
To convey to a distance; to remove.
1. To empty completely.
2. To excrete or discharge from the body; SYN. void, eliminate, empty.
3. To move out of an unsafe location into safety.
4. To move people from their homes or country.
5. To create a vacuum in (a bulb, flask, reaction vessel, etc.); SYN. exhaust.
1. To be relieved of one's duties temporarily.
2. To cause to be acquitted; get off the hook; in a legal case.
3. To deliver verbally
4. To enjoy in a sexual way
5. To escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action; SYN. get away, get by, get out, escape.
6. To leave a vehicle, aircraft, etc.
7. When you get off a bus, airplane, or train, you leave it.
8. When you are standing, lying, or sitting on something, such as a horse, bicycle, motorcycle, stage, platform, or piece of furniture, and you step down from it onto the ground, you get off it.
9. When you are standing within an area of ground, or on something that covers an area of ground, and you move to the side of it and step off of it, you get off it.
10. When you get a certain period of time off, you are allowed by your employer to miss work during this period.
11. When you stop talking on the telephone, you get off the telephone.
1. To carry off.
1. To do away with; SYN. rid of, eliminate.
2. Anticipate and so avoid the need for.
To make impossible, esp. beforehand; SYN. rule out, close out.
Make impossible in advance.
Sinonimi: get out
To move out or away; SYN. get out.
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.
To apply a salve to.
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.
1. To cause to leave; SYN. move out, remove.
2. To obtain by legal of official process
3. To purchase prepared food to be eaten at home; SYN. buy food.
4. To remove something from a container or an enclosed space.