eradicative definition

  • adjective:
    • having the power to destroy totally or eliminate.
    • Tending or providing to eradicate; healing or destroying thoroughly, as an illness or any evil.
    • Having the ability to destroy completely or expel.
    • Tending or providing to eliminate; curing or destroying completely, as an ailment or any evil.
    • to be able to destroy entirely or eradicate.
    • Tending or offering to eradicate; curing or destroying thoroughly, as an illness or any evil.
  • noun:
    • whatever eradicates.
    • A medicine that effects a radical cure.
    • In medicine, an answer that results a radical treatment.
    • whatever eradicates.
    • A medicine that impacts a radical treatment.
    • In medicine, a fix that results a radical cure.
    • whatever eradicates.
    • A medicine that effects a radical treatment.
    • In medication, a fix that effects a radical remedy.
  • others:
    • Tending to eliminate or extirpate; the removal of or serving to remove completely.
    • looking after eradicate or extirpate; eliminating or providing to eliminate entirely.
    • Tending to expel or extirpate; the removal of or offering to eliminate entirely.

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