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eliminate

(ĭ-lĭm′ə-nāt′)
tr.v. elimi·nated, elimi·nating, elimi·nates
1. To get rid of; remove: an effort to eliminate homelessness; eliminated his enemies.
2.
a. To leave out or omit from consideration; reject: For now, let's eliminate from the discussion the possibility of failure.
b. To remove from consideration by defeating, as in a contest.
3. Mathematics To remove (an unknown quantity) by combining equations.
4. Physiology To excrete (bodily wastes).

e·lim′i·na′tion n.
e·lim′i·na′tive, e·lim′i·na·to′ry (-nə-tôr′ē) adj.
e·lim′i·na′tor n.

eliminate

(ē-lĭm′ĭ-nāt)
To expel; to rid the body of waste material.
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Un tiempo en el que cualquier ser humano esta en condiciones de ser eliminable y en el que se ha terminado trivializando la muerte.
La categoria de sustancia no es eliminable ni reducible a otra categoria del ser; 2.
Pan is aware of Adorno's critique and contends that Adorno views human suffering as socially engendered and ultimately eliminable.
La inflamacion, lejos de la vision clasica que aparecia como un proceso danino y eliminable, muestra todo su potencial sanador si el proceso es llevado dentro de los margenes fisiologicos.
Crelier declara que quiza la contradiccion no sea eliminable, pero que si se pueden menguar sus efectos destructivos.
The category of substance is neither eliminable nor reducible to any other category of being.
Asi pues, en este archivo se conserva tanto la documentacion de caracter historico, de conservacion permanente, como la documentacion administrativa eliminable, la cual esta en proceso de estudio.
convierte al otro en pura amenaza, puro objeto, facilmente eliminable.
La violencia no es eliminable, en tanto constituye un elemento estructurante del hombre; por este hecho, debe admitirse que existe la violencia, que debe conocerse y, por supuesto, que hay que aprender a transformarla.
First-order logic is strong enough to eliminate ontological commitments that are eliminable.
The general consensus is that Epicurus believed the fear of death to be wholly irrational and eliminable.
Concretized and contained in, thus fantasmatically eliminable along with such an eminently extinguishable figure were the disavowed self-images, along with the persistent fears, of colonial and later American exploiters.