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The state of being plucked up by the roots
The act of plucking up by the roots; a rooting out; extirpation; utter destruction
the complete destruction of every trace of something
{i} annihilation, destruction, extermination
Control of plant disease by eliminating the pathogen after it is established or by eliminating the plants that carry the pathogen (2)
Removal of all recognizable units of an infecting agent from the environment
Termination of all transmission of infection by extermination of the infectious agent through surveillance and containment Eradication, as in the instance of smallpox, is based on the joint activities of control and surveillance Regional eradication has been successful with poliomyelitis and in some countries appears close to succeeding for measles The term elimination is sometimes used to describe eradication of disease such as measles from a large geographic region or political jurisdiction In 1992, the WHO put it this way: Eradication is defined as achievement of a status whereby no further cases of a diseases occur anywhere, and continued control measures are unnecessary Smallpox was eradicated in 1977, an eradication based on joint control and surveillance activities Compare elimination (of disease)
The complete elimination of either weeds, insects, disease organisms, or other pests from an area ~~~ F ~~~ (Top)
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Eradication is usually used for illuminated or back-lit awning It involves eliminating with special chemicals, an existing color from a white vinyl fabric that has been pre-coated at the factory with eradicable inks
If enough users install up-to-date virus protection software, any virus can be wiped out So far no viruses have disappeared completely, but some have long ceased to be a major threat (see Life Cycle)
To completely destroy; to put an end to; to extirpate
to destroy thoroughly
To eradicate something means to get rid of it completely. They are already battling to eradicate illnesses such as malaria and tetanus If tedious tasks could be eradicated, the world would be much better place. = eliminate + eradication eradi·ca·tion He is seen as having made a significant contribution towards the eradication of corruption. to completely get rid of something such as a disease or a social problem eradicate sth from sth (past participle of eradicare , from radix )
{v} to root up or out, destroy, cut off
To eliminate an organism from a geographical area So far, it has been impossible to eradicate the gypsy moth in Michigan
To get rid of as if by tearing up by the roots To eliminate completely
To pluck up by the roots; to root up; as, an oak tree eradicated
destroy completely, as if down to the roots; "the vestiges of political democracy were soon uprooted"
To remove completely
When someone eradicates something, it means to pull up by its roots or completely destroy The act of entire sanctification through the baptism of the Holy Spirit completely destroys the root of sin, which is original sin This should not be thought to bar sin from coming back into our lives but to give of the ability through God's Holy Spirit to be cleansed completely One may consider the dandelion To eradicate a dandelion from a lawn the root must be completely removed Though that dandelion has been eradicated, one must protect the lawn from other dandelions from taking root in the same area That's why we have a savior to depend upon We can only do it with God's help
To root out; to destroy utterly; to extirpate; as, to eradicate diseases, or errors
To pull up by the roots; to uproot
{f} root up, pull up by the roots (Botany); annihilate, destroy, exterminate, obliterate
  completely exterminate from a system
To eliminate a freshwater weed within an area of infestation
kill in large numbers; "the plague wiped out an entire population"



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    annihilation, elimination, destruction


    /əˌradəˈkāsʜən/ /ɪˌrædəˈkeɪʃən/

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    [ i-'ra-d&-"kAt ] (transitive verb.) 1578. Latin eradicatus, past participle of eradicare, from e- + radic-, radix root; more at ROOT.

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