eliminated / ɪˈlɪm əˌneɪt /


eliminated 的定义

v. 有主动词 verb

e·lim·i·nat·ed, e·lim·i·nat·ing.

  1. to remove or get rid of, especially as being in some way undesirable: to eliminate risks; to eliminate hunger.
  2. to omit, especially as being unimportant or irrelevant; leave out: I have eliminated all statistical tables, which are of interest only to the specialist.
  3. to remove from further consideration or competition, especially by defeating in a contest.
  4. to eradicate or kill: to eliminate the enemy.
  5. Physiology. to void or expel from an organism.
  6. Mathematics. to remove from an equation by elimination.

eliminated 近义词

v. 动词 verb

remove, throw out


  1. Under the program, investors may defer, reduce, and potentially eliminate their capital gains tax if they invest their gains into such communities for a certain length of time.
  2. Once you do so, there are even more ways to make your typing faster and eliminate typos.
  3. Another factor was its decision in 2016 to eliminate the broad provider network offering and sell a plan offering only a narrow network of doctors and hospitals, allowing it to benefit from lower rates from its providers, according to Mahaffey.
  4. The book essentially revolves around one main principle of eliminating drama from your life by behaving like an adult.
  5. The customer’s attorney reviews all the documents in the e-closing room, eliminating the need for banks to send huge paper-stuffed packages to law offices.
  6. We eliminated him because we just needed to consolidate for film.
  7. While the winners will take home the prize money and title, the eliminated contestants can hardly be considered losers.
  8. No broad-based federal entitlement program has ever been eliminated.
  9. Republicans took control of the state legislature and swiftly eliminated the cap on charter schools.
  10. The sheer amount of redundant bureaucracy needs to be eliminated.
  11. This source of error may be eliminated by substituting a shredded whole-wheat biscuit for the roll.
  12. He spoke in a wheezy, solemn monotone, from which all elements of life and joy seemed to have been eliminated.
  13. As soon as I found out he had that charter, and saw the possibilities of that valley, I made up my mind he had to be eliminated.
  14. Her appearance amazed the members, and made it clear that the "problem" must be solved or eliminated.
  15. In the story of Buddha, we have eliminated the miraculous part, and exhibited him simply as a remarkable man.