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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A Coalport spillvase coming in from the 1820s is also interesting in this feature since it demonstrates the combination of two painting techniques where the loaded brush idea has been used in parts and then the leather strip used again to wipe out the highlights.
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.
But with the third version now in the shops it seems Sony are keen to wipe out your bank balance.
And accountants Price Waterhouse reckon that more than 31,000 jobs would be created if investigators could wipe out computer crime.