eradicate · verb T /ɪˈræd.əˌkeɪt/Full view
C2 to destroy or completely get rid of something such as a social problem or a disease
Dictionary example:

The government claims to be doing all it can to eradicate corruption.

Learner example:

Homelessness is not going to be eradicated unless we acknowledge that it is not anything else but a symptom of the imperfection of the society in which we live. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Catalan)

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