- v. 根除；除尽；灭绝
destroy completely, as if down to the roots;
"the vestiges of political democracy were soon uprooted"
"root out corruption"
pull up by or as if by the roots;
"uproot the vine that has spread all over the garden"
surgically remove (an organ)
- To get rid of by destroying completely; extirpate.
- To get rid of by destroying completely;extirpate.
- The police arrested dealers in an attempt to extirpate drug abuse.
- To explore the role of radioheating hemostasia after tonsil extirpate.
- Objective: To explore the role of radioheating hemostasia after tonsil extirpate.
- In at least one instance, a researcher predicts that global warming will extirpate one species from an entire region within 15 years.
Our antagonisms had become too deeply rooted for either of us to extirpate them.出自： D. Murphy