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English definition of “remove”
/rɪˈmuːv/ verb [T]
› to take something or someone away from somewhere or off something: remove sth/sb from sth He asked the company to remove him from their database. The store removed all canned food from the shelves as soon as they heard about the recall.remove barriers/obstacles/restrictions The government failed to remove legal obstacles to the transfer of ownership of assets.
› to take away or stop a charge or a cost: Surcharges on fruit and vegetables will be removed by the end of the year. This measure removes a layer of cost which could bring down prices. The commodity market price plunged late on Friday after Brazil removed export taxes.
› HR, WORKPLACE to force someone to leave an important job or a position of power, usually because they have behaved badly, or in a way that you do not approve of: They initiated the procedure for him to be removed from office. The City Controller was removed after a failure to list sources of income including rental properties. Directors are appointed and removed by shareholders.