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remove
Definition:
The transfer of one's business, or of one's domestic belongings, from one location or dwelling house to another; - in the United States usually called a move.

What does the acronym remove stand for?

REMOVE abbreviation definitions:
–  Remove Motor Vehicle Emissions
–  Sine Opposite Hypotenuse Cosine Adjacent Hypotenuse Tangent Opposite Adjacentrecentdownvoted

Synonyms:

adjective
open
unsheathe.
noun
attribute
remove.
remove
get rid of, HIT, take, slay, polish off, take out, withdraw, absent, bump off, move out, dispatch, transfer.
verb
carry
convey, transfer, haul, deliver, bear, express, cart, move, carry, transport, transmit, shift, send.
change
take, remove, withdraw, take away.
do away with; kill
scratch, assassinate, exclude, waste, execute, liquidate, murder, eradicate, dispose of, blot out, obliterate, exterminate, extirpate, drag, sterilize, drag down, do in.
exclude
disallow, relegate, forbid, disqualify, ban, eradicate, deny, ignore, bar, repudiate, renounce, proscribe, prohibit.
extract
excavate, draw, withdraw, extract, extricate.
kill
snuff, dispatch, do in, put to sleep, strangle, exterminate, massacre, purge, butcher, asphyxiate, execute, slaughter, sacrifice, liquidate, chill, smite, smother, hang, assassinate, ice, slay, drown, do away with, suffocate.
leave
let off.
lift or move object; take off, away
displace, doff, depose, wipe out, detach, clear away, ship, tear out, cart off, rip out, evacuate, get rid of, efface, delete, relegate, skim, erase, purge, transfer, abstract, throw out, junk, strike out, discard, uproot, discharge, pull out, dislodge, carry off, shed, raise, take out, extract, dismiss, do away with, dig out, unseat, withdraw, separate, carry away, oust, expunge, eject, disturb, transport, expel, eliminate, amputate, cut out, dethrone, abolish, unload, take down.
lose
shake off.
motion
remove, transfer.
reject
kick out.
seclude
deport, detach, isolate, separate, disbar, blackball, seclude, boycott, eliminate, expel, ostracize, exclude, cloister, confine, sequester, excommunicate, segregate, closet, evict, banish, eject, extradite, blacklist, oust, cordon, extirpate, screen, exile, reject, expatriate, alienate, insulate.
separate
disintegrate, dissociate, disassociate, divorce, fragment, disunite, dissect, Unfix, bisect, divide, cut, axe, amputate, excise, pare, disconnect, estrange, slice, cleave, sever, halve, uncouple, part, rip, disaffiliate, rend, disengage, disarticulate, sunder, disassemble, unhinge, dismantle, break, scissor, Unglue, split, incise, disjoin.
social
remove.
take
haul off.
Examples of usage:
  1. If not, O Lord, remove me hence!" – The Purgatory of St. Patrick by Pedro Calderon de la Barca
  2. Suppose you remove a drop of it? – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009
  3. His enemies had fancied he was seriously hurt, or wanted him out of the way until they could safely remove the stolen plunder. – Ralph of the Roundhouse by Allen Chapman
  4. Why, hang it all, I forgot to remove it from my other coat this morning. – Anderson Crow, Detective by George Barr McCutcheon
  5. Slowly he raised an arm to remove that ridiculous hat. – Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930 by Various
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