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Translation of "delete" - English-Spanish dictionary

delete

verb   /dɪˈliːt/ ( present participle deleting, past tense and past participle deleted)
B1 to remove something, especially on a computer eliminar I deleted the file by mistake.
(Definition of delete from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

delete

verb /diˈliːt/
to rub or strike out (eg a piece of writing) suprimir, tachar Delete his name from the list.
deletion noun
eliminación, supresión, tachadura
(Definition of delete from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “delete”
in Korean 삭제하다…
in Arabic يَشْطُب…
in Malaysian potong…
in French rayer…
in Russian удалять (из памяти компьютера)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 刪除,刪去(尤指文字)…
in Italian eliminare, cancellare…
in Turkish silmek, yok etmek…
in Polish usuwać…
in Vietnamese xóa bỏ…
in Portuguese apagar, suprimir…
in Thai ตัดออก…
in German streichen…
in Catalan suprimir…
in Japanese ~を消す, ~を削除する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 删除,删去,划掉(尤指文字)…
in Indonesian menghapus…
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