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Definition of "eliminated" []

  • To remove or take out; get rid of (verb)
  • To reject as trivial or irrelevant; omit from consideration (verb)
  • To remove (a competitor, team, etc) from a contest, usually by defeat (verb)
  • To murder in a cold-blooded manner (verb)
  • To expel (waste matter) from the body (verb)
  • To remove (an unknown variable) from two or more simultaneous equations (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of eliminate. (verb)

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Use "eliminated" in a sentence
  • "The term "eliminated" is quite vague and leaves an infinite number of possible scenarios open."
  • "Would your life be any simplier if the thousands of pages relating to mining were eliminated from the tax code?"
  • "The opposite, of course, is true for savings, with every $1 saved giving you $0.40 back in eliminated taxes."
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