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Spanish translation of “purge”

purge

verb /pəːdʒ/
to make (something) clean by clearing it of everything that is bad, not wanted etc
purgar
The treatment purges the body of toxins.
to rid (a political party etc) of disloyal members
purgar, hacer una purga, depurar
His aim was to purge the party of any dissenting voices.
purgative /ˈpəːɡətiv/ noun, adjective (a medicine) which clears waste matter out of the body.
purgante
(Definition of purge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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