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eradicate
American English: /əˈrædəˌkeɪt/
British English: /ɪˈradɪkeɪt/

Translation of eradicate in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (corruption/disease)
    (uproot)
    Example sentences
    • It eradicates cowardice, destroys doubt, fills you with vitality, lets you do the impossible…
    • By the end of next month we will have succeeded in eradicating the illiteracy of 1,300,000 Venezuelans.
    • Who still wants to listen to Indonesia's argument that it does not need any assistance in eradicating terrorism or its roots here?

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