wipe out


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eliminate completely and without a trace

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remove from memory or existence

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mark for deletion, rub off, or erase

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wipe out the effect of something

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In 2001-2002, the first pounds 242,000 of whatever someone leaves is tax-free, but with the average cost of a house at the end of 2000 being pounds 111,400, many families have homes worth far above that which alone would wipe out the tax-free slice, the guide said.
And accountants Price Waterhouse reckon that more than 31,000 jobs would be created if investigators could wipe out computer crime.
I was only about an hour into my day when I succumbed to fatigue; and after a couple of minor wipe outs, I decided it was time to take a breather for a little while.