|removal of pollution||depollution|
|(Biology, Sociology) study of the relationship between organisms and their environment (especially pertaining to issues such as pollution), human ecology, relationship between an organism and the environment, study of organisms and the environment||ecology|
|(Medicine) surgical removal of an embolus (clump of undissolved material in the bloodstream), removal of blockage in blood vessel||embolectomy|
|(Medicine) surgical removal of the lens of the eye by liquefying it and removing it by suction (method for treating cataracts), cataract removal technique||phacoemulsification|
|(Surgery) surgical procedure in which the stapes bone in the inner ear is replaced with a prosthetic device (to relieve deafness), surgical removal of bone in ear||stapedectomy|
|(symbol) -, deduction of number, mathematical function in which one number is deducted from another (represented by the sign - ); deduction, act of taking away part of a whole, removal from something larger, withdrawal of benefit||subtraction|
|acceptor, receiver, one who takes in; sensor which receives stimuli (in the nervous system), receiver of pollution, receiving device, sensitive nerve ending, specific cell binding site or molecule||receptor|
|act of beheading, act of cutting of the head, removal of the head||decapitation|
|act of contaminating something, alteration of word or phrase, pollution, something which contaminates; spreading of impurities; infection (by a disease), something that contaminates||contamination|
|act of declaring unlawful, removal of authorization||illegitimation|
|act of disencumbering, act of freeing from something undesirable, removal or destruction||riddance|
|act of dissolving corporate body, removal of corporate status||disincorporation|
|act of eliminating segregation, removal (of laws, customs, etc.) that separate two different races, desegregating act||desegregation|
|act of making Aryan; removal of all people (from schools, jobs, etc.) that are not Aryan (under the Nazi regime)||Aryanisation|
|act of making Aryan; removal of all people (from schools, jobs, etc.) that are not Aryan (under the Nazi regime)||Aryanization|
|act of shaving, barely touch in passing, reduce amount slightly, removal of body hair with a razor; shaving, thin slice; shaving tool, device which removes thin slices, remove a thin layer of, remove body hair with a razor; cut thin slices from; pass v...||shave|
|act of suppressing, repression; stoppage, avoidance of thoughts and feelings, cessation of bodily function, developmental failure, diminishing of oscillation, forceful prevention, removal of symptoms, reversal of mutation, see also:immunosuppression, s...||suppression|
|act of using a broom, extensive, general, having a wide range; moving over or through a large area; moving rapidly and forcefully, on a large scale, overwhelming, removal of dust and dirt with a broom, too general, with broad extent||sweeping|
|act or process of decarbonizing, removal of carbon||decarbonization|
|alienated state, making impersonal, removal of individual traits and identity; act of making impersonal||depersonalization|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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