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to remove published references to a person or event in an attempt to make people think the person was not there or the event did not happen
to disappear, or to make something disappear, because it has been used or rubbed a lot
to make something gradually disappear or become thinner by using or rubbing it
to make something stop or disappear just by expressing a wish
to destroy something completely, or to make it disappear
to disappear or stop existing, or to make a feeling or other thing disappear or stop existing
British to make someone or something disappear very quickly and easily
literary to make something disappear
to destroy something, or to make it disappear completely
a description of an economic or political situation based on analysis of information at the present time
a type of broom made with sticks and twigs. Witches are often shown riding through the air on...
an unregulated form of capitalism that features financial deregulation, privatisation and low tax for high earners
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