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To take away or pull out from a place or position
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“I make it a habit to remove the dishes from the dishwasher every morning.”
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To abolish or get rid of
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“The right diet, coupled with exercise, will help to remove body fat.”
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To detach or separate two items or objects from each other
“Alain was in a position to easily remove Howarth's pistol from its holster, unnoticed.”
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To move (something) to a different location
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“Some friends helped me remove the furniture from my old apartment.”
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To get rid of by cleaning
“He tried hard to remove the coffee stains from his favorite shirt but they would prove to be persistent.”
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(of clothing) To take off
“Mr. Armani leads me inside the boat for a personal guided tour, at which point I commit the cardinal boat sin of forgetting to remove my shoes.”
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To dismiss from a job
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“There was a concerted campaign from his detractors to remove him from his post.”
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To take the life of
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“Jimmy Serrano was getting impatient with his henchman Tony who was taking too long to remove his nemesis, Jack Walsh.”
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To take possession of legally, under authority, or by law
“Authorities would raid the property and remove the stolen goods.”
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To take possession of illegally or without authorization
“The thieves would break into our home and remove most of our valuables.”
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To tear up by the roots
“Farmers of that day would remove the weeds from a grain field several times during the growing season.”
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To cut off
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“As you move up the tree, you can remove branches using the small chainsaw.”
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(of writing) To erase or strike out
“Grace would remove several unnecessary words from her article as per instructions from her editor.”
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To change the location of one's home or place of business
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“He would remove to New Jersey to begin his life afresh.”
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To expel or send away, especially permanently
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To throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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To set free, especially from entanglement or difficulty
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To prohibit or interdict the participation or inclusion of
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To seize and detain a person unlawfully or forcefully
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To move or depart to another place
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To take one thing from another
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To shut off or keep apart, as from company, society, etc.
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To remove a substance by rubbing
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To peel or remove the outer layer of
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To unload or discharge, typically cargo
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To open or undo, as what is wrapped or folded
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To remove or take away (something) from (someone)
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To remove a layer of, especially of fat or cream
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Detach
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To break the seal of (something) in order to open it
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To sweep, push or clear (something) away with one's hand or an implement
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To separate something from something else, typically something to be discarded
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To obtain coal, minerals, or other valuable materials through excavation
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(with reference to a stain or dirt) To remove or be removed by cleaning with water and detergent
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To emit or discharge from a container, space, or one's body
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Stop following on socialmedia
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To fall down, especially after losing one's balance
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To diverge or deviate from a given point
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To remove or place something outside
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To solve (a problem)
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To move (something or oneself) slowly and carefully
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To remove or alter parts considered offensive or unseemly
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To be unable to find something
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To carry away
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To scrape (and lift) a portion out with a scooped utensil or tool
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A degree of remoteness or separation
“If El Greco painted at a remove from reality, using figurines as models, that was because he opted to do so.”
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The distance or space between two points or locations
“The town center is just a remove of two miles from our home.”
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Iron lever
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The state of being far off, or the degree to which something is far
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Reject
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A particular position or grade on an ascending or hierarchical scale
Adjective
(of a rule or discipline) Rigidly enforced, typically demanding total obedience or observance
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