Remove

  • 21remove — /rI mu:v/ verb 1 TAKE AWAY (T) to take something away from the place where it is: Do not remove this notice. | remove sth from: Reference books may not be removed from the library. 2 CLOTHES (T) to take off a piece of clothing: He removed his hat …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 22remove — [c]/rəˈmuv / (say ruh moohv) verb (removed, removing) –verb (t) 1. to move from a place or position; take away; take off: to remove a book from a desk; to remove one s tie. 2. to move or shift to another place or position. 3. to put out; send… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 23remove — I. verb (removed; removing) Etymology: Middle English remeven, removen, from Anglo French remuver, removeir, from Latin removēre, from re + movēre to move Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to change the location, position, station, or… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 24remove — v. & n. v. 1 tr. take off or away from the place or position occupied (remove the top carefully). 2 tr. a move or take to another place; change the situation of (will you remove the tea things?). b get rid of; eliminate (will remove all doubts).… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 25remove — Synonyms and related words: abandon, abate, abrade, abscond, abstract, amount, annihilate, assassinate, avulse, bare, bate, beat a retreat, blow, blow out, boot, boot out, bounce, bow out, break, bump, bump off, bust, caliber, can, carry away,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 26remove — [14] The move of remove comes from the same source as English move itself – Latin movēre ‘move’. Combination with the prefix re ‘again, back’ produced removēre ‘move back, move away’, which reached English via Old French removeir. The Latin past… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 27remove to — dated relocate to (another place). → remove …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 28remove — verb 1》 take off or away from the position occupied.     ↘abolish or get rid of.     ↘dismiss from a post.     ↘(remove to) dated relocate to (another place). 2》 (be removed) be very different from. 3》 [as adjective removed] separated by a… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 29remove — verb 1) remove the plug Syn: detach, unfasten; pull out, take out, disconnect Ant: attach 2) she removed the lid Syn: take off, undo, unfasten …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 30remove*/*/*/ — [rɪˈmuːv] verb [T] 1) to take someone or something away from a place Medical crews removed two people from the collapsed building.[/ex] 2) to take off a piece of clothing She removed her coat and sat down.[/ex] 3) to get rid of a problem,… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 31remove — pašalinti programą statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Komanda įdiegtai programai pašalinti. Pašalinami ne tik programos failai, bet ir kitur įrašyta informacija apie ją, pavyzdžiui, iš „MS Windows“ ↑operacinės sistemos registro. Tuo… …

    Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas

  • 32remove — naikinti statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Komanda kam nors negrįžtamai pašalinti. atitikmenys: angl. destroy; discard; erase; remove …

    Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas

  • 33remove — [14] The move of remove comes from the same source as English move itself – Latin movēre ‘move’. Combination with the prefix re ‘again, back’ produced removēre ‘move back, move away’, which reached English via Old French removeir. The Latin past… …

    Word origins

  • 34remove — 1. verb /ɹɪˈmuːv/ a) To move something from one place to another, especially to take away. He removed the marbles from the bag. b) To murder someone. Die had she rather in tormenting griefe, / Then any should of falsenesse her reproue, / Or… …

    Wiktionary

  • 35remove — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. depart, go away, move; displace, excise, shift, eliminate, take off, discharge, evict. See ejection, departure, deduction, extraction, transfer, transportation, displacement. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To …

    English dictionary for students

  • 36remove — v. a. RG. 533; part. ‘iremewed.’ RG. 550 v. n. Alys. 7238 …

    Oldest English Words

  • 37remove — re·move || rɪ muːv n. act of removing; degree of difference; step or degree in a graduated scale; (British) promotion of a student to a higher grade v. take off, shed; take away; eliminate, get rid of; eject, dismiss, discharge …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 38remove — I. v. a. 1. Displace, dislodge, transfer, transport, transplant, carry. 2. Withdraw, extract, abstract, take out. 3. Banish, destroy, abate, suppress, take away, put an end to, do away with, make a clean sweep of. 4. Separate, withdraw, take away …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 39remove — v 1. take off, shed, cast off, throw off, drop, throw overboard, jettison; divest, strip, uncover, expose, lay open, bare; undress, unclothe, undrape, disrobe; disburden, disencumber; exfoliate, Pathol. desquamate, peel off, flake. 2. subtract,… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 40remove — re·move …

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