Synonym: eliminate, exterminate, get rid of, remove. Similar words: radical, dedicate, indicate, abdicate, indicator, indication, medication, delicate. Meaning: [-keɪt] v. 1. kill in large numbers 2. destroy completely, as if down to the roots.
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1. We can eradicate this disease from the world.
2. These insects are very difficult to eradicate.
3. They are already battling to eradicate illnesses such as malaria and tetanus.
4. We are determined to eradicate racism from our sport.
5. Their goal was to eradicate malaria.
6. Their goal was to eradicate smallpox.
7. Greater financial stringency is needed to eradicate inflation from the economy.
8. He spoke about what is necessary to eradicate AIDS.
9. The aim is to eradicate the disease for good.
10. Eradicate anxiety, he wrote, and Goldberg, in the margin, anxiety.
11. This is not nearly enough to eradicate poverty and can not be a total substitute for federal aid.
12. It will eradicate the power of the extremist minority in political parties.
13. Some Health Authorities pursue policies which limit or eradicate the use of part-time staff.
14. The government claims to be doing all it can to eradicate corruption.
15. Bismuth has also become popular in recent years as a treatment in peptic ulcer to eradicate Helicobacter pylori.
16. Under Anne, High Churchmen became preoccupied with trying to eradicate the practice of occasional conformity.
17. It is what management and business schools try to eradicate through education and training.
18. Throughout this period, an increasing emphasis was placed on tight monetary policy in an attempt to eradicate inflation.
19. Changes in the 1950s and early 1960s brought rationalised boundaries to create tighter geographical regions and eradicate penetrating lines and competition.
20. I would like to add to this that we could totally eradicate the hard core of the crisis by the year 2000.
21. Low cunning with moats Adult weevils are difficult to eradicate.
22. The advice often given is to dip heavily-populated rocks in boiling water to eradicate the pest.
23. In those optimistic times, the commission thought that if they just kept at it they could eventually eradicate the gypsy moth.
24. It therefore seems justified to recommend amoxicillin/omeprazole as the treatment of choice to eradicate H pylori in H pylori related gastroduodenal diseases.
25. Officials see a role for sophisticated eco-technology to help eradicate pollution sweeping across the region.
26. In the early 1980s the military began destroying entire villages in an attempt to eradicate civilian support for Leftist guerillas.
27. The editorial also took the position that isolation would not eradicate the disease.
28. The pact was ostensibly motivated by a desire to eradicate political dynasties and corruption in favour of political renovation and democratic change.
29. Such ignorance is unacceptable in a democratic society,[http://sentencedict.com/eradicate.html] and whatever can be done to eradicate it should be done.
30. Malcolm Dean on the all-out bid to kill off elephantiasis History in the breaking How do you eradicate a disease?
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