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Translation of "uproot" - English-Polish dictionary

uproot

verb [T]     /ʌpˈruːt/
TREE
to pull a tree or plant out of the ground wyrywać (z korzeniami) Hundreds of trees were uprooted in the storm.Taking things away from someone or somewhereRemoving and getting rid of thingsGardening - general words
PERSON
to make someone leave a place where they have been living for a long time wysiedlać, wykorzenić The war has uprooted nearly half the country's population.Taking things away from someone or somewhereRemoving and getting rid of thingsEvicting and forcing to leavePunishing someone by sending them somewhere else
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