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to take something or someone away from a place
to destroy or to completely remove something
to remove something, especially a piece of clothing
to remove people or things from a place where they are not wanted
to remove a person or thing that is not suitable or good enough, especially from a group or collection
to force something out of its position or out of the position where it is fixed
to remove something by pouring a lot of water through the place where it is
to remove something that is inside or mixed with something else
to remove something
… a language for human communication which has been invented and has not developed naturally
an extra sail sometimes fitted on the front of a boat used for racing
spectacles; boiled sweets, candy; soft aniseed-flavoured jelly sweets coated with blue and pink sugar sprinkles
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