Eliminated us from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
eliminate (someone or something) from (something) (redirected from eliminated us from)
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.
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.
References in periodicals archive
Naturally, after Michael Ballack's free kick, I, as a German, breathed a sigh of relief that Austria had not eliminated us from
It was worse than when Australia eliminated us from
the last World Cup.
We lost in Italy to one of the best teams in Europe and it did take them until the time added on to score the goal that finally eliminated us from
the Champions League.
They eliminated us from
the 2002 World Cup and they haven't changed much so it won't be easy.
I learned this the hard way years ago when an inferior team with an inferior staff led by one super hurler eliminated us from
It killed the game and eliminated us from
Tampere are quality but I don't feel they are better than FC Copenhagen, the side who eliminated us from
last season's Uefa Cup.