exterminate Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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exterminateverb [T]

 us   /ɪkˈstɜr·məˌneɪt/
to kill all the animals or people in a particular place or of a particular type
extermination
noun [U]  us   /ɪkˌstɜr·məˈneɪ·ʃən/
International measures have been taken to prevent the extermination of whales.
Translations of “exterminate”
in Arabic يُبيد…
in Korean 몰살시키다…
in Malaysian membasmi…
in French exterminer…
in Turkish topluca yok etmek, kökünü kazımak, imha etmek…
in Italian sterminare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 根除, 滅絕, 消滅…
in Russian уничтожать, истреблять…
in Polish eksterminować, tępić…
in Vietnamese tiêu diệt…
in Spanish exterminar…
in Portuguese exterminar…
in Thai ทำลายสิ้น…
in German ausrotten…
in Catalan exterminar…
in Japanese (人、動物)を絶滅させる…
in Indonesian membasmi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 根除, 灭绝, 消灭…
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