extirpate

To destroy or eliminate completely. Not necessarily synonymous with extinction, since extirpate may be applied to circumscribed populations within the range of a given species, so it might be said that such-and-such a population has been extirpated, even though the species as a whole is still extant. Although the term extinct may also be applied in a restricted sense, it is more often used to denote the fate of a species as a whole....

extirpate

to destroy exterminate cut out exscind 
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Extirpate

To destroy or eliminate a species (plant or animal) from an entire area within its range, but not from the entire planet.
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extirpate

[v] - remove by surgery, as of an organ
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Extirpate

Ex'tir·pate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Extirpated; present participle & verbal noun Extirpating.] [ Latin extirpatus , exstirpatus , past participle of extirpare , exstirpare ; ex ...
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extirpate

verb surgically remove (an organ)
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Extirpate

• (v. t.) To pluck up by the stem or root; to root out; to eradicate, literally or figuratively; to destroy wholly; as, to extirpate weeds; to extirpate a tumor; to extirpate a sect; to extirpate error or heresy.
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Extirpate

To destroy or eliminate a species (plant or animal) from an entire area within its range, but not from the entire planet.
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extirpate

to eliminate completely
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Extirpate

To destroy or eliminate a species (plant or animal) from an entire area within its range, but not from the entire planet.
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extirpate

to exterminate or wholly destroy a species in an area. fact
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Extirpate

to remove or destroy totally.
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