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purge /pə:dʤ/
  • danh từ
    • sự làm sạch, sự thanh lọc
    • (chính trị) sự thanh trừng (ra khỏi đảng...)
    • (y học) thuốc tẩy, thuốc xổ; sự tẩy, sự xổ
    • ngoại động từ
      • làm sạch, gột rửa sạch, thanh lọc ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
        • to be purged of (from) sin: rửa sạch tội lỗi
      • (chính trị) thanh trừng
      • (y học) tẩy xổ; cho uống thuốc tẩy
      • chuộc, đền (tội)
      • (giải phẫu) (tội, nghi ngờ)
        • to purge someone of a charge: giải tội cho ai
        • to purge onself of suspicion: giải hết mọi nghi ngờ cho mình, minh oan cho mình
    Concise Dictionary
    purges|purged|purgingpɜrdʒ /pɜː-
    noun
    +the act of clearing yourself (or another) from some stigma or charge
    +an act of removing by cleansing; ridding of sediment or other undesired elements
    verb
    +oust politically
    +clear of a charge
    +make pure or free from sin or guilt
    +rid of impurities
    +rinse, clean, or empty with a liquid
    +eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
    +excrete or evacuate (someone's bowels or body)

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 cleanse, purify, clean (out), clear, scour (out), depurate, deterge, wash (out):
    The tanks must be purged before filling them with the new fuel.
    2 eject, eradicate, expel, eliminate, get rid of, dismiss, clear out or away, sweep away or out, oust, remove, rout out, weed out, root out; do away with, exterminate, liquidate, kill, destroy:
    After the coup, the old guard was purged from all the governmental agencies. The rebels purged the entire council of elders
    3 clear, exonerate, absolve, forgive, purify, pardon, exculpate:
    He was given every opportunity to purge himself of the charge of contempt of court.
    n.
    4 ejection, eradication, expulsion, elimination, dismissal, clearing out or away, ousting, ouster, removal, routing out, weeding out, rooting out, unseating; defenestration; extermination, liquidation, killing, murder, slaughter:
    The bloody purge of dissidents was carried out by the secret police.
    5 See purgative, 1, above.
    purify
    v.
    1 cleanse, clean, clarify, wash, sanitize, depurate, decontaminate, freshen, disinfect; fumigate:
    The water is then purified by passing it through sand.
    2 exonerate, exculpate, absolve, clear, redeem, shrive, lustrate, acquit, pardon, forgive, excuse:
    Before the aspirants can be admitted to the church they must be purified.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb [VN]
    1 ~ sth (of sb)
    ~ sb (from sth) to remove people from an organization, often violently, because their opinions or activities are unacceptable to the people in power: His first act as leader was to purge the party of extremists. + He purged extremists from the party.
    2 ~ yourself / sb/sth (of sth)
    ~ sth (from sth) (written) to make yourself/sb/sth pure, healthy or clean by getting rid of bad thoughts or feelings: We need to purge our sport of racism. + Nothing could purge the guilt from her mind.
    + noun
    the act of removing people, often violently, from an organization because their views are unacceptable to the people who have power: A purge of the party was ordered. + the Stalinist purges


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