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re·move

 (rĭ-mo͞ov′)
v. re·moved, re·mov·ing, re·moves
v.tr.
1. To move from a place or position occupied: removed the cups from the table.
2. To transfer or convey from one place to another: removed the family to Texas.
3. To take off: removed my boots.
4. To take away; withdraw: removed the candidate's name from consideration.
5. To do away with; eliminate: remove a stain.
6. To dismiss from an office or position.
v.intr.
1. To change one's place of residence or business; move: "In 1751, I removed from the country to the town" (David Hume).
2. To go away; depart.
3. To be removable: paint that removes with water.
n.
1. The act of removing; removal.
2. Distance or degree of separation or remoteness: "to spill, though at a safe remove, the blood of brave men" (Anthony Burgess).

[Middle English removen, from Old French remouvoir, from Latin removēre : re-, re- + movēre, to move; see move.]

re·mov′a·bil′i·ty, re·mov′a·ble·ness n.
re·mov′a·ble adj.
re·mov′a·bly adv.
re·mov′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.removable - capable of being removed or taken away or dismissed; "a removable cord"; "removable partitions"
irremovable - incapable of being removed or away or dismiss; "irremovable boulders"; "irremovable obstacles"
2.removable - able to be obliterated completely
eradicable - able to be eradicated or rooted out
Translations
قَابِلٌ لِلنَقْلقابِل للنَّقْل أو الإزالَه
odstranitelnýsnímatelný
flytbar
irrotettava
odstranjiv
elmozdíthatómegszüntethető
flytjanlegur; sem hægt er aî taka af
取り外せる
떼어낼 수 있는
odstrániteľný
borttagbar
ที่เคลื่อนที่ได้
atılabilirtaşınabilir
có thể di dời được

removable

[rɪˈmuːvəbl] ADJ
1. (= detachable) → movible; [collar etc] → de quita y pon
2. (from job) → amovible

removable

[rɪˈmuːvəbəl] adj (= detachable) [part] → amovible

removable

adj cover, attachmentabnehmbar; trimmingabtrennbar; liningabknöpfbar; stainentfernbar; (from container) → herausnehmbar

removable

[rɪˈmuːvəbl] adj (detachable) → staccabile

remove

(rəˈmuːv) verb
1. to take away. Will someone please remove all this rubbish!; He removed all the evidence of his crimes; I can't remove this stain from my shirt; He has been removed from the post of minister of education.
2. to take off (a piece of clothing). Please remove your hat.
3. to move to a new house etc. He has removed to London.
reˈmovable adjective
reˈmoval noun
the act of removing or the state of being removed, especially the moving of furniture etc to a new home. After his removal from power, the dictator was sent into exile; Our removal is to take place on Monday; (also adjective) a removal van.
reˈmover noun
a person or thing that removes. a stain remover; a firm of furniture removers.

removable

قَابِلٌ لِلنَقْل snímatelný flytbar abnehmbar αφαιρούμενος de quita y pon, desmontable irrotettava détachable odstranjiv rimovibile 取り外せる 떼어낼 수 있는 verwijderbaar avtakbar usuwalny removível съемный borttagbar ที่เคลื่อนที่ได้ taşınabilir có thể di dời được 可移动的

removable

adj removible, extraíble, que se puede quitar
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