• Definition for "eradicate"
    • to-tear up because of the origins.
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    • Thus, the term eradicate does not…
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    • to totally destroy or annihilate one…
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eradicate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to-tear up because of the origins.
    • to eliminate as though by ripping up because of the roots: Their particular goal was to expel impoverishment. See Synonyms at abolish, eliminate.
    • To pluck up because of the roots; to root up.
    • To root aside; to destroy entirely; to extirpate.
    • to-tear up because of the roots.
    • to eliminate as if by tearing up because of the roots: Their particular goal was to expel impoverishment. See Synonyms at abolish, eliminate.
    • To pluck up because of the origins; to root up.
    • To root on; to destroy entirely; to extirpate.
    • To tear up because of the origins.
    • to eliminate like by tearing up by the roots: Their goal would be to eradicate poverty. See Synonyms at abolish, eliminate.
    • To pluck up by the roots; to root up.
    • To root out; to destroy utterly; to extirpate.
  • verb:
    • To pull up because of the roots; to uproot.
    • to totally destroy; to place a conclusion to; to extirpate.
    • obliterate entirely, just as if down seriously to the roots
    • kill in large numbers
    • To pull-up by the origins; to uproot.
    • To completely destroy; to put a conclusion to; to extirpate.
    • demolish completely, as though right down to the roots
    • kill in large numbers
    • To pull up by the roots; to uproot.
    • to fully destroy; to put a finish to; to extirpate.
    • destroy entirely, like down to the origins
    • kill in large numbers
  • others:
    • To pull-up by the origins; obliterate at origins; root on; extirpate: because, to eliminate weeds.
    • Hence To destroy carefully; pull entirely: as, to eradicate errors or infection.
    • To pull up because of the origins; destroy at roots; root completely; extirpate: since, to get rid of weeds.
    • thus To destroy completely; pull entirely: as, to eradicate mistakes or condition.
    • To pull up because of the roots; obliterate within roots; root out; extirpate: as, to get rid of weeds.
    • Hence To destroy thoroughly; pull utterly: as, to eliminate errors or condition.
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