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erase

verb /iˈreiz, (American) iˈreis/
to rub out (pencil marks etc)
borrar
I tried to erase the error.
eraser noun (especially American ) something that erases, especially a piece of india-rubber etc for erasing pencil etc.
goma (de borrar)
Translations of “erase”
in Arabic يَمحو…
in Korean 지우다…
in Malaysian padam…
in French effacer…
in Turkish (söz, müzik, resim vb.) silmek…
in Italian cancellare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 痕跡, 抹去,擦掉(尤指鉛筆字跡)…
in Russian стирать, уничтожать…
in Polish wymazać, usuwać, kasować…
in Vietnamese tẩy xoá…
in Portuguese apagar…
in Thai ลบ…
in German ausradieren…
in Catalan esborrar…
in Japanese ~を消す…
in Indonesian menghapus…
in Chinese (Simplified) 痕迹, 抹去,擦掉(尤指铅笔字迹)…
(Definition of erase from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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