noun re·mov·al \ri-ˈmü-vəl\

: the act of moving or taking something away from a place

: the act of making something go away so that it no longer exists

: the act of forcing someone to leave a job

Full Definition of REMOVAL

:  the act or process of removing :  the fact of being removed

Examples of REMOVAL

  1. We arranged for the removal of the old car.
  2. The city is having problems with trash removal.
  3. Surgical removal of the tumor might be necessary.

First Known Use of REMOVAL


Rhymes with REMOVAL


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