Removed - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |riˈmuːvd|  American pronunciation of the word removed
Brit.  |rɪˈmuːvd|  British pronunciation of the word removed
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto remove
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto remove

adjective

- separated in relationship by a given degree of descent

a cousin once removed

- separate or apart in time (syn: distant, remote)

Examples

We're looking for an apartment somewhat removed from the noise of downtown.

The child of your first cousin is your first cousin once removed.

The president was removed from power in the recent uprising.

My tonsils were removed when I was five years old.

He was removed from office.

...a surface stain on the wood that can easily be removed with a mild detergent...

No one objected when the paintings were removed.

She observed that every man in the room had removed his hat.

I removed the outer skin of the onion.

She gets her stitches removed tomorrow.

He edited the paper and removed any redundant information or statements.

The part of the report that includes classified information was removed before the report was made public.

...the plastic coverings on lamp shades should be removed...

He had removed her from that crass monied Middle Atlantic society where she had seemed stilted and fragile.

Of all the paintings, this one is the farthest removed from reality.

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