Removed the family to Texas.
Removed my boots.
Remove a stain.
Paint that removes with water.
To remove one's coat.
- To kill or assassinate.
- To dismiss, as from an office or position.
- To get rid of; eliminate.To remove the causes of war.
Paint that removes easily.
Living at a far remove from here.
But one short remove from victory.
He removed the marbles from the bag.
When you force someone to leave a room, this is an example of a situation where you remove him from the room.
When you take off your shirt, this is an example of a situation where you remove your shirt.
When you clean your oven, this is an example of a situation where you remove dirt.
Removed the cups from the table.
Removed the candidate's name from consideration.
Origin of remove
- Middle English removen from Old French remouvoir from Latin removēre re- re- movēre to move move
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition