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remove /ri'mu:v/
  • danh từ
    • món ăn tiếp theo (sau một món khác)
    • sự lên lớp
      • examination for the remove: kỳ thi lên lớp
      • not to get one's remove: không được lên lớp
    • lớp chuyển tiếp (trong một số trường ở Anh)
    • khoảng cách, sự khác biệt
      • to be many removes from the carefree days of one's youth: khác biệt rất xa những ngày vô tư lự của tuổi thanh xuân
  • ngoại động từ
    • dời đi, di chuyển, dọn, cất dọn
      • to remove a machine: chuyển một cái máy (ra chỗ khác)
      • to remove mountains: (nghĩa bóng) dời non lấp biển, làm những việc phi thường
    • bỏ ra, tháo ra
      • to remove one's hat: bỏ mũ ra
      • to remove a tyre: tháo lốp xe
    • cách chức, đuổi
      • to remove an afficial: cách chức một viên chức
    • lấy ra, đưa ra, rút ra...
      • to remove a boy from school: xin rút một học sinh ra khỏi trường
    • tẩy trừ (tham nhũng...), tẩy, xoá bỏ, loại bỏ
      • to remove grease stains: tẩy vết mỡ
      • to remove someone's name from a list: xoá bỏ tên ai trong danh sách
    • giết, thủ tiêu, khử đi
    • làm hết (đau đớn), xua đuổi sạch (sự sợ hãi, mối nghi ngờ...)
    • bóc (niêm phong)
    • (y học) cắt bỏ
    • (y học) tháo (băng)
    • nội động từ
      • dời đi xa, đi ra, tránh ra xa
        • they shall never remove from here: họ nhất định không bao giờ rời khỏi chốn này đâu
      • dọn nhà, đổi chỗ ở
        • to remove to a new house: dọn nhà đến một căn nhà mới
    Concise Dictionary
    removes|removed|removingrɪ'muːv
    noun
    +degree of figurative distance or separation
    verb
    +remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
    +remove from a position or an office
    +dispose of
    +cause to leave
    +shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes
    +go away or leave
    +kill intentionally and with premeditation
    +get rid of something abstract

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 take off, doff, shed, cast off:
    Gentlemen are requested to remove their hats in her presence.
    2 take away, get rid of, carry away or off, shift; transfer:
    When I arrived this morning, my desk had been removed. The threat of war has been removed. Kindly remove your elbows from the table
    3 obliterate, delete, erase, expunge, eradicate, efface, eliminate, take off, wipe or rub out, wipe or rub off, get rid of:
    Use chemicals to remove the graffiti from the wall.
    4 murder, assassinate, kill, slay, execute, exterminate, eliminate, liquidate, eradicate, massacre, slaughter, do away with, dispose of, get rid of, purge, Slang rub or wipe out, do in, bump off, US waste:
    We brought in some of the boys to remove the competition.
    5 discharge, dismiss, depose, unseat, displace, expel, oust, turn out, get rid of, purge, Colloq fire, sack, kick out:
    Andrews must be removed from his job before he does any more harm.
    6 relocate, move, transfer, shift:
    I removed to a quieter place where I could write in peace.
    7 take out, unfasten, detach, disconnect, separate, undo:
    They have to remove the transmission to overhaul it.
    n.
    8 distance, space, interval, separation:
    They tried to keep the girls and the boys at some remove from one another.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb [VN]
    1 ~ sth/sb (from sth/sb) (written) to take sth/sb away from a place: He removed his hand from her shoulder. + Illegally parked vehicles will be removed. + Three children were removed from the school for persistent bad behaviour. + Remove the pan from the heat and continue to stir the sauce.
    2 (written) to take off clothing, etc. from the body: She removed her glasses and rubbed her eyes.
    3 ~ sth (from sb/sth) to get rid of sth unpleasant, dirty, etc.; to make sth disappear: She has had the tumour removed. + to remove problems / obstacles / objections + The news removed any doubts about the company's future. + It was impossible to remove the stain from the tablecloth.
    4 to dismiss sb from their position or job: The elections removed the government from power.
    Idioms: once, twice, etc. removed (of a COUSIN) belonging to a different GENERATION: He's my cousin's son so he's my first cousin once removed.
    be far / further / furthest removed from sth to be very different from sth; to not be connected with sth: Many of these books are far removed from the reality of the children's lives.
    + noun [C, U] (formal) an amount by which two things are separated: Charlotte seemed to be living at one remove from reality.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    ADV.

    altogether, completely, entirely | effectively
    By producing an heir, the Queen effectively removed her cousin's hopes of succeeding to the throne.
    | permanently, temporarily | quickly | easily
    The old cladding can be easily removed using a claw hammer.
    | painlessly | carefully | forcibly
    people who have been forcibly removed from their homes
    | surgically
    Unsightly moles can be removed surgically.
    | physically

    ADV.

    try to | be possible to | be difficult to
    These stains can be difficult to remove.

    PREP.

    for
    Fittings should be completely removed for cleaning.
    | from
    She removed the dirty dishes from the table.
    | with
    Bee stings should be removed with tweezers.

    PHRASES

    remove sth at a stroke
    The proposed law would remove at a stroke the long-cherished right to trial by jury.



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