abolish

[v] - do away with
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Abolish

A·bol'ish transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Abolished ; present participle & verbal noun Abolishing .] [ French abolir , Latin abolere , aboletum ; ab + olere to grow. Confer Finish
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abolish

1. To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; said of laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc.; as, to abolish slavery, to abolish folly. ... 2. To put an end to, or destroy, as a physical objects; to wipe out. 'And with thy blood abolish so reproachful blot.' (Spenser) 'His quick instinctive hand Caught at the hilt, as to abolish him.'
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abolish

get rid of verb do away with; `Slavery was abolished in the mid-19th century in America and in Russia`
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Abolish

• (v. t.) To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; -- said of laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc.; as, to abolish slavery, to abolish folly. • (v. t.) To put an end to, or destroy, as a physical objects; to wipe out.
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abolish

abolish 1. To do away with completely; to completely destroy. 2. To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; said of laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc.; such as, to abolish slavery, to abolish illegal drugs. 3. To put an end to, or to destroy; such as, physical objects; to wipe out. 4. Etymology: borrowed from Middle French aboli
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