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  1. erase

    • IPA[ɪˈreɪz]

    英式

    • v.
      rub out or remove (writing or marks);remove all traces of; destroy or obliterate
    • verb: erase, 3rd person present: erases, gerund or present participle: erasing, past tense: erased, past participle: erased

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. rub out or remove (writing or marks):

      graffiti had been erased from the wall

    • 2. remove all traces of; destroy or obliterate:

      over twenty years the last vestiges of a rural economy were erased

      the magic of the landscape erased all else from her mind

    • 3. remove recorded material from (a magnetic tape or medium); delete (data) from a computer's memory:

      the tape could be magnetically erased and reused

      the file has been erased from the hard disk

    • adj. (of a head or limb) depicted as cut off in a jagged line:

    • a stag's head erased

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    • adj. (of a head or limb) depicted as cut off in a jagged line:

    • a stag's head erased

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    • adj. denoting or relating to a wipeable whiteboard:

    • he writes the things he needs to do on the dry-erase boards all around his office

      the smell of dry-erase markers

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    • adj. denoting or relating to a wipeable whiteboard:

    • he writes the things he needs to do on the dry-erase boards all around his office

      the smell of dry-erase markers

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    • IPA[əˈrās]

    美式

    • v.
      rub out or remove (writing or marks):
    • graffiti had been erased from the wall

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