Translation of expunge in Spanish:


suprimir, v.

Pronunciation /ɪkˈspəndʒ/ /ɪkˈspʌn(d)ʒ/ /ɛkˈspʌn(d)ʒ/

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transitive verb

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    • Provisionally, they seemed to agree, provided all religious references were expunged from the script.
    • Hector had expunged any reference to his health when issuing his blue copy.
    • He's not just trying to remove the Treaty from law, but expunge it from public consciousness altogether.
    • All references to his drug use have been expunged, and he's now a dashing old adventurer grieving over his inability to save his son's life.
    • Those in the book can be easily erased while the ones in the heart cannot be expunged, he said.
    • But the answer to the present imperfections is in part to abolish faith schools in their entirety and expunge religion from schools, except as a topic of study.
    • The incident could be expunged from his records as the words of a mentally unstable girl.
    • They demanded that school officials apologize and expunge the incident from her son's records.
    • Nevertheless, there is, I'm sure, a certain catharsis involved in expunging one's darkest secrets in those sealed little booths.
    • These individuals see the Intifada as expunging the occupation and arriving finally at independence.
    • It now expunges records of a book's last reader after 30 days.
    • Also, any ‘questionable language’ in the songs has been expunged.
    • Anyway, I'm back on the cam and the imposter has been expunged.
    • This should be entirely expunged from our thinking.
    • So the world has been stood on its head, historical memory has been expunged, and rationality and decency have gone into retreat across the continent of Europe.
    • The usual pattern was the one-off benefit to private capital of a state asset on the cheap - with debts being expunged and subsidies being provided.
    • They were arrested and court-martialed and it wasn't until many years later that their record was expunged.
    • Thoughts such as those though will be expunged from the memory of the runner when he takes to the grid for this afternoon's 500-mile race.
    • If you want someone's memory to be expunged from popular consciousness, you shouldn't go around writing newspaper articles about them.
    • Perhaps there needs to be some kind of commission for truth and reconciliation so the historical crimes perpetrated in its name can be expunged from the record.