eliminate (someone or something) from (something)

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eliminate (someone or something) from (something)

To remove or take someone or something away from something. A loss tonight would eliminate my team from the playoffs. We need to eliminate all dairy from this recipe because Jim is a vegan.
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eliminate someone or something from something

to remove someone or something from something. We had to eliminate Jeff from the list. The cook eliminated veal from the menu. She sought to eliminate herself from consideration.
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that could eliminate us from the face of the world in a whisker of time."
- JMP leaders: We will not allow ruling party to eliminate us from elections
Yoweri Museveni said: "We are at the mercy of the developed world who have super weapons that could eliminate us from the face of the world in a whisker of time, but instead of working, we are just sitting back."
We have nothing to fear if we do no wrong and in some circumstances DNA samples on record could even eliminate us from false accusations?
He won't just eliminate us from the game if we are unpopular or fail a challenge.
The motivation is to try to eliminate us from the face of the earth, in a certain sense.
So there were definitely all attempts to repress the progressive voices and eliminate us from holding significant positions.
Scotland's rugby team start their World Cup with the lowest expectations ever, with group rivals Italy marginal favourites to eliminate us from the tournament at the first hurdle.
The best way to deny us rights, the best way to, eliminate us from history, certainly, is to murder us.
'What actually is our mistake and why efforts were being made to eliminate us from the political scene?' he asked.