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To remove something

remove

verb

to take something or someone away from a place

sweep away

to destroy or to completely remove something

take off

to remove something, especially a piece of clothing

clear

verb

to remove people or things from a place where they are not wanted

weed out

to remove a person or thing that is not suitable or good enough, especially from a group or collection

dislodge

verb

to force something out of its position or out of the position where it is fixed

flush out

to remove something by pouring a lot of water through the place where it is

get out

to remove something that is inside or mixed with something else

take

verb

to remove something

extract

verb

to remove something from a particular place

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