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Spanish translation of “remove”

remove

verb /rəˈmuːv/
to take away
quitar, llevarse
Will someone please remove all this rubbish! He removed all the evidence of his crimes I can’t remove this stain from my shirt He has been removed from the post of Minister of Education.
to take off (a piece of clothing)
quitarse
Please remove your hat.
to move to a new house etc
mudarse
He has removed to London.
removable adjective
desmontable, de quita y pon
a coat with a removable hood.
removal noun the act of removing or the state of being removed, especially the moving of furniture etc to a new home
extirpación, eliminación; mudanza
After his removal from power, the dictator was sent into exile Our removal is to take place on Monday (also adjective) a removal van.
remover noun a person or thing that removes
empleado de mudanzas; producto que elimina algo (por ej. quitamanchas)
a stain remover a firm of furniture removers.
(Definition of remove from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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