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eliminate
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
eliminate /i'limineit/
  • ngoại động từ
    • loại ra, loại trừ
    • (sinh vật học) bài tiết
    • lờ đi (một phần của vấn đề)
    • (toán học) khử
    • rút ra (yếu tố...)
Concise Dictionary
eliminates|eliminated|eliminatingɪ'lɪmɪneɪt
verb
+terminate or take out
+do away with
+kill in large numbers
+dismiss from consideration or a contest
+eliminate from the body
+remove from a contest or race
+remove (an unknown variable) from two or more equations

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 remove, exclude, rule out, reject, drop, leave out, omit:
Police have eliminated him from their enquiries.
2 take out or away, omit, get rid of, dispose of, expel, knock out:
He was eliminated in the first heat of the 100-metre run.
3 erase, eradicate, expunge, obliterate, strike (out), cross out or off, cut (out), excise, delete, throw out, edit (out), blue-pencil, cancel:
The censors have eliminated all references to sex.
4 kill, murder, assassinate, slay, terminate, exterminate, dispose of, liquidate, finish off, annihilate, stamp out, destroy, Slang bump off, polish off, US rub out, take for a ride, bury, ice, waste:
They used a sub-machine gun to eliminate the competition.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
1 [VN] ~ sth/sb (from sth) to remove or get rid of sth/sb: Credit cards eliminate the need to carry a lot of cash. + The police have eliminated two suspects from their investigation. + This diet claims to eliminate toxins from the body.
2 [VN] ~ sb (from sth) [usually passive] to defeat a person or a team so that they no longer take part in a competition, etc: All the English teams were eliminated in the early stages of the competition. + She was eliminated from the tournament in the first round.
3 [VN] (written) to kill sb, especially an enemy or opponent: Most of the regime's left-wing opponents were eliminated.
elimination noun [U, C]: the elimination of disease / poverty / crime + There were three eliminations in the first round of the competition. + the elimination of toxins from the body
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

altogether, completely, entirely, totally
The risk cannot be eliminated altogether. This procedure does not completely eliminate the possibility of an accident.
| virtually | largely | effectively
Getting this job has effectively eliminated his financial worries.

VERB + ELIMINATE

seek to, take steps to, try to | help (to) | be designed to
The single market is designed to eliminate barriers to the free movement of goods, services and people.
| be impossible to

PREP.

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Try to eliminate fatty foods from your diet.


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