eliminate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to eradicate; eliminate: an attempt to remove homelessness; eliminated his enemies.
    • To leave aside or omit from consideration; reject.
    • to eliminate from consideration by defeating, such as a contest.
    • Mathematics to get rid of (an unknown volume) by incorporating equations.
    • Physiology To excrete (physical wastes).
    • to place out-of-doors; to expel; to discharge; to produce; to set at freedom.
    • resulting in to vanish from an equation.
    • to create apart as unimportant in an ongoing process of inductive inquiry; to leave regarding consideration.
    • to get by dividing, as from international matters; to deduce.
    • to separate your lives; to expel from system; to excrete
    • to eradicate; eliminate: an attempt to remove homelessness; eradicated his opponents.
    • To leave down or omit from consideration; reject.
    • To remove from consideration by beating, as with a contest.
    • Mathematics to get rid of (an unknown quantity) by combining equations.
    • Physiology To excrete (physical wastes).
    • to place outside; to expel; to discharge; to produce; to set at freedom.
    • resulting in to disappear from an equation.
    • setting aside as unimportant in an activity of inductive inquiry; to go out of away from consideration.
    • to acquire by dividing, as from foreign matters; to deduce.
    • to split up; to expel through the system; to excrete
  • verb:
    • to fully destroy (some thing) so that it no more is present.
    • To destroy (one or pet).
    • To excrete (waste products).
    • To exclude (from investigation or from further competitors).
    • eliminate (an unknown variable) from two or more equations
    • get rid of
    • terminate, end, or take down
    • kill in good sized quantities
    • dismiss from consideration or a contest
    • remove from the body
    • eliminate from a contest or race
    • to fully destroy (anything) such that it no further is out there.
    • To eliminate (an individual or animal).
    • To excrete (waste elements).
    • To exclude (from research or from further competition).
    • eliminate (an unknown variable) from several equations
    • get rid of
    • terminate, end, or take down
    • kill in good sized quantities
    • dismiss from consideration or a contest
    • remove from body
    • eliminate from a contest or battle
  • others:
    • To go beyond the limit or limitations of.
    • To thrust down; pull, put apart, or disregard as damaging, superfluous, irrelevant, or for any explanation undesirable or unnecessary; expel; eliminate.
    • In mathematics, to get rid of (a quantity) from a system of equations by the reduced amount of how many equations.
    • To go beyond the limitation or limits of.
    • To push down; pull, put apart, or neglect as harmful, superfluous, irrelevant, or even for any reason undesirable or unnecessary; expel; eliminate.
    • In math, to remove (a quantity) from something of equations because of the reduced total of the amount of equations.

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