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delete

[dih-leet]
verb (used with object), deleted, deleting.
to strike out or remove (something written or printed); cancel; erase; expunge.

Origin:
1485–95; < Latin dēlētus (past participle of dēlēre to destroy), equivalent to dēl- destroy + -ē- thematic vowel + -tus past participle suffix

deletable, adjective
redelete, verb (used with object), redeleted, redeleting.
undeleted, adjective


eradicate. See cancel.
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delete (dɪˈliːt)
 
vb
(tr) to remove (something printed or written); erase; cancel; strike out
 
[C17: from Latin dēlēre to destroy, obliterate]

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delete
late 15c., from L. deletus, pp. of delere "destroy, blot out, efface," from delevi, originally perf. tense of delinere "to daub, erase by smudging," from de- "from, away" + linere "to smear, wipe."
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