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eradicate (i RAD i kayt") (verb), eradicates; eradicated; eradicating
1. To destroy or to get rid of something completely, so it can never return or be in existence anymore: Joseph's desire is to eradicate terrorist groups so people can exist in their own countries instead of having to flee as refugees to find safe places to live.
2. To pull out by the roots: Josephine is trying to eradicate the weeds among her flowers before summer arrives.
To get rid of something by destroying it or wiping it out so it doesn't exist anymore.
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To completely delete or to destroy and to get rid of something so it doesn't exist anymore. (1)