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erase

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪˈreɪz/ US  /ɪˈreɪs/
to completely remove words, music, pictures, etc that are written or stored on a computer or other piece of equipment
(söz, müzik, resim vb.) silmek, yok etmek, gidermek
I accidentally erased the tape she lent me.Recording sounds and imagesComputer conceptsDeleting writing
Translations of “erase”
in Korean 지우다…
in Arabic يَمحو…
in French effacer…
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 Spanish borrar…
in Portuguese apagar…
in German ausradieren…
in Catalan esborrar…
in Japanese ~を消す…
in Chinese (Simplified) 痕迹, 抹去,擦掉(尤指铅笔字迹)…
(Definition of erase from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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