strike off


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strike off

vb (tr)
1. to remove or erase from (a list, record, etc) by or as if by a stroke of the pen
2. (adverb) to cut off or separate by or as if by a blow: she was struck off from the inheritance.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.strike off - remove from a list; "Cross the name of the dead person off the list"
take away, take out - take out or remove; "take out the chicken after adding the vegetables"
Translations

w>strike off

vt sep
(= cut off)abschlagen
(= remove) (from list) → (aus)streichen; solicitordie Lizenz entziehen (+dat); doctordie Zulassung entziehen (+dat); (from price) → abziehen (prep obj von); to be struck off (Brit Med, Jur) → die Zulassung verlieren
(= print)drucken; to strike off a proofeinen Bürstenabzug machen
vi (= set off)sich auf den Weg machen; (road etc also)abbiegen
References in classic literature ?
During all that time Lucie was never sure, from hour to hour, but that the Guillotine would strike off her husband's head next day.
Once the flames crept forward so swiftly on my right as I ran that I was outflanked and had to strike off to the left.
A proposal to strike off one of the companies that make up Coventry City FC has been discontinued.
Michael Connolly & Sons (Bakery) Limited Voluntary Strike Off Process CRO No.