Remove your hat.
Remove the lower-most background layer.
It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.
One day someone tagged the Tales of Columbus as "lie" on Tatoeba, and Columbus came to remove them.
The Sea of Japan naming dispute revolves around efforts to remove 'Sea of Japan' from the world's maps and replace it with 'East Sea'.
He said that his previous dentist told him that he'd remove nicotine stains if he stopped smoking.
Use interrogative pronouns to rewrite the sentences below; if you need to, you can add or remove a few words.
4. Just before bringing it to the boil, set to a low flame and remove the scum again.
Remove the cap from the ink refill bottle, fill the dropper with ink, and drip an appropriate amount onto the marker's core.
Let's remove harmful books from circulation. Starting first with the bibles that have spread all over the world.
Definition when surgeons remove a part of someone’s body, they do an operation to take it out because it has become damaged or diseased and will cause someone to be seriously ill or die if it stays in their body
It's true that boxers have a part of their nose bone removed.
Be really careful what you post online. It’s not easy to remove things from the Net.
Is it OK for me to remove my wedding ring and go to a dating party when I have a pregnant wife?
Angielskie słowo "eliminar" (remove) występuje w zestawach:500 most important Spanish verbs 276 - 300Fichas del libro - "The Setons" (O. Douglas)Fichas del libro - "Tracy Park" (Mary Jane Holmes)Fichas del libro - "Nights with the Gods" (Emil Re...Fichas del libro - "Poems A Message of Hope" (Mary...
2. to eliminate
If you really want to live better, you have to eliminate the bad habits.
If you really want to live better, you have to eliminate your bad habits.
Angielskie słowo "eliminar" (to eliminate) występuje w zestawach:TOEFL - Las palabras más importantes 176-200Czasowniki regularne (ENGLISH-SPANISH)Basic verbs - Verbos básicosChapter one- List 2
3. take out
I never take out more than £50 at a cash machine.
Please could you take out the rubbish? I did it yesterday.
Wait, I must take out the ticket from my bag.
take out your books, please.
1. Any trouble, take out a cigarette. / 2. Children, open your sketchbooks and take out your pencils. / Now take it out and put it on the seat.
1. Any trouble, take out a cigarette. / 2. Children, open your sketchbooks and take out your pencils.
I took the cake out of the oven. I decided to take out two paragraphs from my text.
to make a financial or legal arrangement with a bank, company, law court etc. to get money from your bank account [= withdraw]: How much would you like to take out?
take out the garbage
I take out 200 from the cash machine.
take out chip
I had to take out a loan to pay back the money I had borrowed from my sister.
Use this spray to take out the stain.
Is that to eat here or take out?
Do you have to fill in many forms before you can take out a mortgage?
Angielskie słowo "eliminar" (take out) występuje w zestawach:PHRASAL VERBSLessons LondonPhrasal Verbs