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English definition of “remove”

remove

verb [T]  /rɪˈmuv/ us  
to take something away from an object, group, or place: Please remove your books from the counter. Club soda will remove that stain. He was removed from office (= forced to leave an official position). Space flight is pretty far removed from (= not part of) most people’s experience.
removal
noun [U]  /rɪˈmu·vəl/ us  
He ordered the immediate removal of the troops.
remover
noun [U]  /riˈmu·vər/ us  
paint remover
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