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Definition of "eliminates" []

  • 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)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eliminate. (verb)

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Use "eliminates" in a sentence
  • "The Stoning of Soraya M. has a curiously suspenseful feel to it, despite the fact that the title eliminates any doubt about Soraya's eventual fate."
  • "To see the debt incurred in a privatization proposal, but refuse to see the corresponding-and-larger debt in the status quo that the proposal eliminates, is rather disingenuous."
  • "The "Food Sheath" term eliminates all the "judgment" issues from the physical -- no charges about the butt being too big or small, no painful comparisons or emphasis on beauty of any kind."
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