expunge

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To completely erase a file, document or directory from a computer system
To erase or strike out
To eliminate completely; annihilate
To completely remove leaving no trace
{v} to blot or cross out, erase, efface
Action to delete certain portions of the official record of a governmental body
To blot out, as with pen; to rub out; to efface designedly; to obliterate; to strike out wholly; as, to expunge words, lines, or sentences
remove by erasing or crossing out; "Please strike this remark from the record"
To strike out; to wipe out or destroy; to annihilate; as, to expunge an offense
If you expunge something, you get rid of it completely, because it causes problems or bad feelings. The revolutionaries expunged domestic opposition The experience was something he had tried to expunge from his memory His name was expunged from the record books
{f} obliterate, erase, strike out
To strike out or erase
To physically erase; to white or strike out To "expunge" something from a court record means to remove every reference to it from the court file
A motion by which an action taken in a floor session is deleted from the Daily Journal (for example, "Expunge the record")
expunction
The condition of being expunged
To expunge
dispunct
expunction
The act of expunging or erasing; the condition of being expunged
expunction
deletion by an act of expunging or erasing
expunction
The act of expunging or erasing
expunged
past of expunge
expunges
third-person singular of expunge
expunging
Expunging an Rmail file or Dired buffer is an operation that truly discards the messages or files you have previously flagged for deletion
expunging
Expunging an Rmail file or Dired buffer means really discarding the messages or files you have previously flagged for deletion
expunging
present participle of expunge
expunging
deletion by an act of expunging or erasing
expunging
Expunging a mail file or Dired buffer means really discarding the messages or files you have previously flagged for deletion
expunging
Expunging an Rmail file or Dired buffer or a Gnus newsgroup buffer is an operation that truly discards the messages or files you have previously flagged for deletion
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