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  • Some players have been eliminated from the game by other means.
  • The change, which came into effect two years later, did not eliminate the problem.
  • Most of the government on both sides has been eliminated.
  • The middle name is generally eliminated (if there is one), especially in speech.
  • Many events have changed over time, adding new features and eliminating old ones.
  • This means that eliminated candidates are still able to influence the result of the election.
  • All four non-European teams who made the journey to Italy were eliminated after one match.
  • Far greater use of military vehicles had finally eliminated the cavalry from the military force structure.
  • They were eliminated after one defeat and two draws in the group stage.
  • Ten teams may compete, with five eliminated after the short program.
  • This feature eliminates the need to write a function object in many cases.
  • After the first round all but the two candidates with most votes are eliminated.
  • However, to carry out this plan, he first needed to eliminate possible opponents.
  • Organizations that the administration could not eliminate, such as the education system, came under its direct control.
  • Some space groups can be eliminated from the beginning.
  • She made it through to the second ballot but came last and was eliminated.
  • V has since been eliminating the camp's former officers to keep his true identity hidden.
  • It was the first time that the hosts were eliminated in the first round.
  • These two error terms can be used to eliminate each other.
  • Both have been largely eliminated in the developed world.
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Words starting with eliminate

Meaning of eliminate

  • verb Kill in large numbers
    the plague wiped out an entire population
  • verb Remove from a contest or race
    The cyclist has eliminated all the competitors in the race
  • verb Remove (an unknown variable) from two or more equations