\ɹɪmˈuːv], \ɹɪmˈuːv], \ɹ_ɪ_m_ˈuː_v]\
Definitions of REMOVE
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n. Act of removing; removal; departure;â€” state of being removed;â€”change of place or station translation or substitution of one man in place of another;â€”a dish to be changed while the rest of the course remains on the table;- movement of a piece in chess or droughts: â€”distance or space through which any thing is removed; interval;â€”a step in any scale of gradation.