dele

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dele

to take out or delete
Not to be confused with:
deal – apportion; deliver; distribute playing cards; a bargain: What a deal!
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de·le

 (dē′lē)
n.
A sign indicating that something is to be removed from printed or written matter.
tr.v. de·led, de·le·ing, de·les
1. To remove, especially from printed or written matter; delete.
2. To mark with a sign indicating deletion.

[Latin dēlē, second person sing. imperative of dēlēre, to delete.]
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dele

(ˈdiːlɪ)
n, pl deles
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a sign (δ) indicating that typeset matter is to be deleted. Compare stet
vb, deles, deleing or deled
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to mark (matter to be deleted) with a dele
[C18: from Latin: delete (imperative), from dēlēre to destroy, obliterate; see delete]
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de•le

(ˈdi li)

v. de•led, de•le•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to delete.
n.
2. a mark, as ƛ or Ɣ, used to indicate matter to be deleted.
[1695–1705; < Latin dēlē 2nd pers. singular imperative of dēlēre, to destroy]
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dele


Past participle: deled
Gerund: deleing

Imperative
dele
dele
Present
I dele
you dele
he/she/it deles
we dele
you dele
they dele
Preterite
I deled
you deled
he/she/it deled
we deled
you deled
they deled
Present Continuous
I am deleing
you are deleing
he/she/it is deleing
we are deleing
you are deleing
they are deleing
Present Perfect
I have deled
you have deled
he/she/it has deled
we have deled
you have deled
they have deled
Past Continuous
I was deleing
you were deleing
he/she/it was deleing
we were deleing
you were deleing
they were deleing
Past Perfect
I had deled
you had deled
he/she/it had deled
we had deled
you had deled
they had deled
Future
I will dele
you will dele
he/she/it will dele
we will dele
you will dele
they will dele
Future Perfect
I will have deled
you will have deled
he/she/it will have deled
we will have deled
you will have deled
they will have deled
Future Continuous
I will be deleing
you will be deleing
he/she/it will be deleing
we will be deleing
you will be deleing
they will be deleing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deleing
you have been deleing
he/she/it has been deleing
we have been deleing
you have been deleing
they have been deleing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deleing
you will have been deleing
he/she/it will have been deleing
we will have been deleing
you will have been deleing
they will have been deleing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deleing
you had been deleing
he/she/it had been deleing
we had been deleing
you had been deleing
they had been deleing
Conditional
I would dele
you would dele
he/she/it would dele
we would dele
you would dele
they would dele
Past Conditional
I would have deled
you would have deled
he/she/it would have deled
we would have deled
you would have deled
they would have deled
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Translations

dele

vtstreichen, tilgen (geh)
nDeleatur nt, → Deleaturzeichen nt
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References in classic literature ?
"That's all right for you, Dele," said Joe, attacking a can of peas with a carving knife and a hatchet, "but how about me?
I wish you could see him, Dele. Fat man with a woollen muffler and a quill toothpick.
What time this afternoon did you burn your hand, Dele?"
"What have you been doing for the last two weeks, Dele?" he asked.
"The country is thankful to the Azkals and the the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) for their support to achieve peace in the country," said Teresa Deles, head of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) which led the festivity titled, "Me, You, We, Different but united for peace."
We will not bite the bait, Deles said, quoting Alex Padilla, chair of the government peace panel in the talks with the communist rebels.
Even initially, the choice of Deles was questionable.
Deles, in a statement, said the onus falls on the NDF for dragging discussions on substantive issues on social and economic reforms with demands for release of jailed NDF consultants.
It is Secretary Deles who is engaged in an extremely malicious kind of preconditioning.
Deles made the remark as Congress began discussions on the Bangsamoro bill for its swift passage into law.