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Significados de "remove" en diccionario español inglés : 133 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
remove quitar [v]
remove sacar [v]
remove retirar [v]
remove alzar [v]
remove despegar [v]
remove apear [v]
remove despejar [v]
remove alejar [v]
remove apartar [v]
remove apartarse [v]
remove remover [v]
General
remove detraer [v]
remove disipar [v]
remove eliminar [v]
remove separar [v]
remove amover [v]
remove suprimir [v]
remove sustraer [v]
remove levantar [v]
remove limpiar [v]
remove arredrar [v]
remove arrumbar [v]
remove radiar [v]
remove desalojar [v]
remove desarmar [v]
remove descorrer [v]
remove borrar [v]
remove resecar [v]
remove desocupar [v]
remove abrir [v]
remove amover [v]
remove borrar [v]
remove extirpar [v]
remove pelar [v]
remove despojarse de [v]
remove aligerarse [v]
remove toller [v]
remove quitarse [v]
remove deshacerse [v]
remove expulsar [v]
remove recoger [v]
remove valonar [v] ANS
remove apearse [v]
remove esflecar [v] PR
remove desenlodar [v]
remove desfijar [v]
remove desmarcar [v]
remove cambiar [v]
remove deponer [v]
remove derogar [v]
remove desarrimar [v]
remove desasentar [v] rare
remove extraer [v]
remove remudar [v]
remove obviar [v]
remove mudar [v]
remove transferir [v]
remove transportar [v]
remove trasladar [v]
remove substraer [v]
remove trasmudar [v]
remove traspasar [v]
remove mudanza [f]
remove mudada [f]
remove mudar (casa) [v]
remove hacer cambiar [v]
remove despedir [v]
remove retirarse [v]
remove mudarse [v]
remove irse [v]
remove alejarse [v]
remove cambiar de casa [v]
remove cambiar de sitio [v]
remove trasladarse [v]
remove cambio de sitio [m]
remove cambio de domicilio [m]
remove alejamiento [m]
remove escalón [m]
remove paso [m]
remove intervalo [m]
remove grado de parentesco [m]
remove corregir [v]
Colloquial
remove chaflar [v] CL
Business
remove sustraer [v]
remove substraer [v]
remove quitarse [v]
remove tachar [v]
remove eliminar [v]
remove quitar [v]
remove despedir [v]
remove remover [v]
remove separar [v]
Safety
remove eliminar [v]
Law
remove vaciar [v]
remove desglosar [v]
remove tachar [v]
remove sacar [v]
remove revocar [v]
Online Shopping Terms
remove quitar (producto de carrito)
Electricity
remove desbarbar [v]
remove retirar [v]
Engineering
remove eliminar [v]
remove remover [v]
remove quitar [v]
remove descantear [v]
Physics
remove escisión [f]
Geology
remove desposeer [v]
remove remover [v]
remove retirar [v]
remove drenar [v]
Medicine
remove distraer [v]
Construction Machinery
remove desprender [v]
Technical
remove desviar [v]
remove destituir [v]
remove arrancar [v]
remove desplazar [v]
remove destruir [v]
remove desbarbar [v]
Mechanics
remove descantear [v]
remove desmontar [v]
Aeronautics
remove sustituir [v]
remove reparar [v]
remove cambiar de destino
Transportation
remove extraer [v]
Animal Husbandry
remove desechar [v]
Energy
remove separar [v]
remove quitar [v]
remove retirar [v]
remove eliminar [v]
Hairdressing
remove desmechar [v]
Baseball
remove remover [v]
Chess
remove jugada [f]
Production
remove desbarbar [v]

Significados de "remove" con otros términos en diccionario español inglés : 500 resultado(s)

Inglés Español
Common
remove difficulties zanjar [v]
remove the scales from escamar [v]
remove oneself quitarse [v]
General
remove from office destituir [v]
remove from alejar de [v]
remove from a position apear [v]
remove from office arrinconar [v]
remove from office arrojar [v]
remove honeycombs brescar [v]
container used to remove the residue from sugar cane juice descachazadora [f] CO
remove certain sprouts and shoots from a plant/tree deshija [f] CR CO rur.
remove stains with a stain remover desmanchada [f] PE BO CL
children's game that involves using a top to remove bottle caps from a circle chapa [f] PR
machine used to remove the pulp from mature coffee beans chancadora [f] CR
place where coconuts are piled up to remove the tinder cocollera [f] PR
blow from a spade to remove soil lampada [f] EC PE BO
scraping to remove paint rasqueteada [f] BO PY AR disused
scraping to remove paint rasqueteada [f] PE UY
remove trees, shrubs and useless herbs tala [f] DO PR BO PY UY rur.
remove the stone from deshuesar [v]
remove the grease from desengrasar [v]
remove the nails from desclavar [v]
remove the grain from desgranar [v]
remove marks from desmarcar [v]
remove the stopper from destaponar [v]
remove one's make-up desmaquillarse [v]
remove the rust from desoxidar [v]
remove the clothing of desabrigar [v]
remove wedges or chocks from descalzar [v]
remove one's clothes desnudarse [v]
remove the bandage quitarse la venda [v]
remove obstacles destrabar [v]
remove insects desinsectar [v]
remove rats desratizar [v]
remove bees from desabejar [v]
remove palm despalmizar [v]
remove slag desnatar [v]
remove the best part desnatar [v]
remove the cream from milk desnatar [v]
remove the hat of destocar [v]
remove the mouth (of) desbocar [v]
remove the paint from despintar [v]
remove the pit from deshuesar [v]
remove the top from descabezar [v]
remove fat from desainar [v]
remove to a distance alejar [v]
remove yourself andarse [v]
remove defects from tamizar [v]
remove from desalojar [v]
remove from power descabalgar [v]
remove a nail desclavar [v]
remove a nail desenclavar [v]
remove dust from despolvar [v]
forcefully remove echar [v]
surgically remove extirpar [v]
remove all of one's clothing desnudar [v]
remove violently derrocar [v]
remove violently derribar [v]
remove violently destronar [v]
surgically remove a body part amputar [v]
remove by tearing arrancar [v]
remove plants entresacar [v]
remove the head of decapitar [v]
remove water achicar [v]
remove the horns from descornar [v]
remove ions desionizar [v]
remove a bud from a plant descogollar [v]
remove the head descabezar [v]
remove the head decapitar [v]
remove sand from desarenar [v]
remove toxins desintoxicar [v]
remove air bubbles purgar [v]
remove chains from desencadenar [v]
remove a checkmark sacar la marca [v]
remove one's clothing desvestirse [v]
remove one's clothing desnudarse [v]
remove somebody’s clothing desvestir [v]
remove marks desmarcar [v]
remove a mask from someone desenmascarar [v]
remove one's mask desenmascararse [v]
remove bones deshuesar [v]
remove bones quitar las espinas [v]
remove cream desnatar [v]
remove the skin of desollar [v]
remove the skin of despellejar [v]
remove skin pelar [v]
remove hair from depilar [v]
remove weeds from escardar [v]
remove weeds from desmalezar [v]
remove the ovaries esterilizar [v]
remove dust from limpiar el polvo [v]
remove dust from desempolvar [v]
remove with an iron planchar [v]
remove a tumor extirpar un tumor [v]
remove from office amover [v]
remove the cork from the bottle sacar el corcho de la botella [v]
remove the guts of a fish quitar las tripas a un pez [v]
remove something out of the way quitar algo de en medio [v]
remove the ban on levantar la prohibición de algo [v]
remove or clean stains desmanchar [v] LAM
remove skin descamisar [v]
remove the spanish character from something desespañolizar [v]
remove the outer covering deschalar [v] SCN
remove a quality proper to spanish desespañolizar [v]
remove the dry and ground up rinds after threshing coffee beans arrear [v] VE:W rur.
pound clothes to remove the dirt when washing aporrear [v] CL AR rur.
pound clothes to remove the dirt when washing aporrear [v] VE:W rur.
remove weeds from a plot of land aporrear [v] PA rur.
remove a person from his activity banquear [v] HN PA
remove plants/shrubs from an open path in a forest or jungle barbear [v] AR:Ne
remove a sample of grain or other foods from a lump or bag with a grooved drill calar [v] EC CL AR UY
remove rice grains with a mallet amachinar [v] CR:Nw
remove any dross from the molten metal when exiting the oven bogar [v] CL
remove gold from silver apartar [v] MX
remove food from heat apear [v] NI DO VE rur.
remove from heat apear [v] NI DO VE rur.
remove sleepiness/drowsiness/lethargy desamodorrar [v]
remove the bark from a tree desconchar [v] HN
remove molars desmuelar [v] HN SV DO
remove filth from clothing (typically by soaking it in water with detergent) desmugrar [v] CL
remove from a plant the shoots impeding its growth desnietar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove from office/post descontinuar (inglés to discontinue) [v] DO
remove all seeds from a tree desnudar [v] PR rur.
remove weeds/underbrush from around a plant desorillar [v] CU PR
remove the leaves from the dry stem of a tobacco plant despalar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove the central vein from a tobacco leaf despalillar [v] HN CU DO VE AR:Nw
remove the rough parts from wood despalmar [v] CU
remove the central vein from a tobacco leaf, despalotar [v] PR
remove shoots despampanar [v] CU
remove the leaves that surround the corncob despancar [v] PE
break open a doll to remove the insides despanzar [v] BO
remove the fine plaster coating from a wall despañetar [v] DO CO
remove the thatch in order to rethatch the roof desempajar [v] NI CO EC rur.
remove grass from a plot of land despastar [v] CL rur.
take apart a bundle of corn to remove the leaves that surround the cob desemparvar [v] EC:S rur.
remove binding of a book desempastar [v] MX GT NI CO
remove the bad luck from someone/something desempavar [v] VE
remove the dirtiness from something/someone desempercudir [v] CU
remove the handle of a tool desencabar [v] CO
remove the lime from something (particularly fur) desencalar [v] HN
remove the horseshoes from a horse (particularly a work horse/steed) desencasquillar [v] CU
remove all of the water in a place desagotar [v] AR UY
remove the dead parts of a plant desahijar [v] MX rur.
remove staples desengrapar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA DO EC
remove the knocker from a door/window desaldabar [v] EC rare
remove the knocker from a door/window desaldabar [v] BO
remove the lock from a door/drawer desenllavar [v] NI PA
remove something from a mold (like a brown sugar loaf or cheese) desenmoldar [v] HN
remove the files from a tile roof desentejar [v] MX HN SV NI CO VE
remove the leaves from a plant despenicar [v] GT HN SV
remove the roof from a house/building desentechar [v] HN SV NI CO EC
remove the obstacles that impede something desentrabar [v] DO VE
remove the sediment blocking a pipe/channel desenzolvar [v] MX
remove the weeds from a cultivated field deserbar [v] HN
remove dirt from a place to clean it (road/ditch/channel) desaterrar [v] HN NI CR MX rur.
remove debris/dirt from a place to level it desaterrar [v] EC rare
remove obstacles desatracar [v] PE
remove sediment obstructing a pipe desazolvar [v] MX
remove the sap from coffee/cacao desbabar [v] PE
remove the dry sepal from each bunch of bananas desflorar [v] HN rur.
move soil in order to remove the material contained in it desbancar [v] GT EC
remove the superfluous branches of the coffee tree desbandolar [v] CR rur.
remove weeds from a plot of land desbarejar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove litter from a plot of land desbasurar [v] GT HN:W NI CR rur.
remove a bird's feathers desemplumar [v] MX rare
remove impediments desatracar [v] PE
remove a bird's feathers desemplumar [v] HN DO CO
remove obstacles desatorar [v] MX GT HN NI CR PR PE BO CL
remove lice from someone desliendrar [v] HN
remove insects and rodents desinfestar [v] MX HN
remove part of the facing of a surface descarapelar [v] MX CR CO
remove the lid from a tank desbitocar [v] GT
remove part of the facing of a surface (particularly a wall) decacarañar [v] DO
remove someone from their position descharchar (inglés discharge) [v] GT HN SV NI PA
remove someone from their post/position desbancar [v] GT
remove someone from their post/position desburrumbar [v] NI
remove someone from their post/position descabezar [v] HN NI BO PY
remove the fiber from a tobacco leaf despalotar [v] PR
remove sprouts despampanar [v] CU
remove someone from their post/position desgañotar [v] HN NI
remove the ice from frozen food by increasing the temperature deshielar [v] DO PE BO CL EC
remove the pit from a fruit descarozar [v] MX CU BO CL AR UY
remove the horns of an animal (generally cattle) desguampar [v] UY rur.
remove one's clothes desbolarse [v] UY
remove the skin of a fruit despenicar [v] GT HN SV
remove the underbrush from a cultivated field deserbar [v] HN
remove the shell descarachar [v] CO:Sw
remove the rope used to tie up a calf desenrejar [v] HN rur.
remove weeds desmalezar [v] MX PA CO VE PE BO:E CL AR UY CU PR rur.
remove underbrush from a plot of land desbarejar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove the dirt that impedes the sprouting of shoots in the sugar cane plant desboquillar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove from a plant the buds that are impeding it's growth so that the leaves become larger desbotonar [v] MX HN PA CU PR CL
remove staples desgrapar [v] DO PR
pull out and remove weeds/underbrush from a place desbreñar [v] MX
remove an animal's horns descachar [v] MX HN NI CR PA CO VE rur.
remove residue from sugar cane juice descachazar [v] CR EC rur.
remove residue from sugar cane juice descachazar [v] GT HN CU CO
remove someone from political office descamburar [v] VE
remove the plants and roots covering the surface of a field descapotar [v] CO rur.
remove the buds from corn descapullar [v] PA
remove the skin of something descarachar [v] CO:Sw
remove the worms from an animal/plant desgusanar [v] MX GT HN NI CR CO VE EC AR rur.
remove part of the lining of a surface descarapelar [v] MX CR CO
remove the ice from something by increasing the temperature deshielar [v] DO PE BO CL EC
remove certain superfluous sprouts and shoots from a plant/tree deshijar [v] CU PR rur.
remove certain superfluous sprouts and shoots from a plant/tree deshijar [v] MX GT HN SV NI CR PA PR CO VE AR:Nw
remove the bottom from defondar [v] DO
remove part of the covering of a surface (especially a wall) descascarañar [v] CU DO
remove the hull from rice/coffee beans descasullar [v] HN
remove moss and lichens from the trunk of a plant (especially a coffee plant) deslamar [v] HN rur.
remove the debris blocking a watercourse deschampar [v] AR:Nw rur.
remove vegetation from a plot of land in preparation for planting crops deschaparrar [v] EC rur.
remove the plaster sustaining the false spurs on a rooster desligar [v] PR
remove the stains from something desmanchar [v] MX NI CR PA BO CL rare
remove the leaves from the coconut palm leaving just the bare trunk descocotar [v] CU
remove the shoots/sprouts from a plant descojollar [v] HN DO
remove weeds/underbrush by pulling them out at the roots desmatonar [v] HN SV CR rur.
remove part (leaving something incomplete) descompletar [v] PA CU DO
remove a fruit from a bunch despenicar [v] GT HN SV
remove the thin surface of something descarachar [v] CO:Sw
remove underbrush desmalezar [v] MX PA CO VE PE BO:E CL AR UY CU PR rur.
remove the petals from a flower despenicar [v] GT HN SV
remove the pulp from mature coffee beans with a machine chancar (del quechua) [v] CR
remove the tickets from the raffle bucket chocolatear [v] PE
remove the scab off a wound espostillar [v] PR
remove any impurities from rice espulgar [v] NI PA CU DO
remove any impurity from rice espurgar [v] NI PA
remove the paint or finish of a wall or other smooth surface escarapelar [v] MX CR CO VE
remove the honeycomb from the hive escastrar [v] PR rur.
remove the smallest fruits from the banana bunch escholar [v] PR rur.
manually remove certain impurities escoger [v] CR EC
remove the debris from a place escombrear [v] CU
remove bananas from the cluster one by one despezoñar [v] PR
remove the first part of a material esencetar [v] PR
remove or hit esflecar [v] PR
remove the stem and stalk from the tobacco leaf espalillar [v] PR
remove the stem or fibers from the tobacco leaf espalotar [v] PR
remove fringes espelucar [v] VE
remove the threads from the edges or ends of fabric, tape, or something similar espelucarse [v] VE
remove the wattle from a farmyard bird espepitar [v] PR
remove bananas from the cluster one by one espezoñar [v] PR
remove spikes from cereal espiguear [v] HN
peel or remove the skin or bark carar [v] BO rur.
remove weeds from a plot of land as a planting guide carrilar [v] CR
remove the leaves from a plant gaviar [v] CU disused
remove by illicit means what right belongs to another gabelar [v] EC:S
remove every obstacle colarse [v] HN rur.
remove the husk from young corn cobs for use as fodder llacar [v] EC rur.
remove a goiter from a farmyard bird despepitar [v] PR rur.
remove the petals from a flower despetalar [v] EC cult
remove bananas from the bunch despezoñar [v] PR
remove rocks from a plot of land despiedrar [v] PE BO
remove the dirt covering stalks and bulbs desporcar [v] PE BO rur.
remove a scab despostillar [v] DO PR
remove fleas despulgar [v] HN CR CO CL
remove fleas from oneself despulgar [v] HN CO CL
remove the coffee bean from the coffee berry despulpar [v] PR CO rur.
remove the leaves and small branches from larger branches pruned from a tree despuntar [v] AR NI CR CL rur.
remove the tip of the central root of a coffee plant seedling despuyonar [v] CR rur.
completely remove from one's life desraizar [v] HN NI
remove the rails from train tracks desrielar [v] MX
remove a tree stump destoconar [v] PR
remove an awning destoldar [v] MX
remove a wedge keeping furniture level destrancar [v] BO
remove tree trunks from a plot of land destroncar [v] HN NI CR VE PE BO CL PY AR UY
remove tree trunks from a plot of land destruncar [v] HN
remove the whey from the curd desuerar [v] MX VE:C EC
remove a hood destoldar [v] MX
remove the coffee bean from the coffee berry descerezar [v] PR
remove a goiter from a farmyard bird espepitar [v] PR
remove bananas from the bunch espezoñar [v] PR
remove a scab espostillar [v] PR
remove a tree stump estoconar [v] PR
remove a top destoldar [v] MX
remove the seeds or pit from fruit despepar [v] CO BO CL
remove a sunshade destoldar [v] MX
remove dust dostiar (inglés dust) [v] US
remove weeds despicar [v] PE rur.
remove weeds desquebrajar [v] GT SV NI CR
remove weeds desquelitar [v] MX rur.
remove corn kernels olotear [v] HN rur.
remove the shell picar [v] HN rur.
remove a patch of grass with a shovel puntear [v] EC AR UY
scrape with a brush, spatula, or tool to remove paint rasquetear [v] VE PE BO CL AR UY
remove underbrush to look for potatoes and vegetables rastrojear [v] CL rur.
remove dried weeds rondar [v] HN SV NI rur.
remove someone reventar [v] HN
remove someone sacudirse [v] HN
remove weeds rodear [v] CR rur.
remove the ears sontear [v] GT HN NI
remove the handles sontear [v] GT HN NI
remove the root of the smilax zarcear [v] HN
remove the ears from a person or animal zontear [v] GT HN NI
remove handles from an object zontear [v] HN
remove the rough bindweed zarcear [v] HN
remove the edge or point of something matar [v]
remove intensity from color matar [v]
hard to remove tenaz [adj]
having undergone a treatment to remove a curse icarado [adj] PE:E rur.
very penetrating and difficult to remove pasoso [adj] CL
wooden utensil used to remove chocolate while it being made bolinillo [m] CO:W
wooden implement used to remove the dry leaf of corn despancador [m] PE rur.
remove of the dead parts of a plant desahije [m] MX rur.
remove of underbrush from a plot of land before planting crops desavero [m] DO
utensil consisting in a long handle with a sieve on one end used to remove the residue from sugar cane juice descachazador [m] CO EC rur.
tool used to remove the buds from corn descapullador [m] PA
remove stains desmanchar [m] MX NI PE CL rare
cylindrical leather mallet used to hit ears of corn in order to remove the kernels capacho [m] AR:Nw rur.
pointed stick used to remove root plants and make holes to plant seeds espeque (del neerlandés) [m] PR MX:E NI CR rur.
fork shaped stick used to hold and remove weeds that are cut with the machete gancho [m] GT HN rur.
place where coconuts are piled up to remove the tinder cocoyal [m] PR
rustic bullfighting in which one or several people try to remove a package attached to the bull's body that usually contains a quantity of money jocheo de torros [m] BO:N,E
rustic bullfighting in which one or several people try to remove a package attached to the bull's body that usually contains a quantity of money jochi de toros [m] BO:N,E
utensil made of a long handle with one of its ends tied to a perforated pumpkin used in grinding cane juice or remove honey pascón [m] HN SV NI CR
scrape with a brush, spatula, or tool to remove paint rasqueteo [m] VE PE BO CL,AR UY
boiled beef fat, used to make candles to remove the evil eye curse sebo de cuba [m] PA
rudimentary instrument to scrape the leaf and remove fiber of the fique sacador [m] CO
remove fattened cattle for sale sacar ganado para vender [loc/v]
remove one from a trust arrumbar [v]
remove difficulties allanar [v]
remove obstacles abrir [v]
remove to a distance alejar [v]
remove oneself arredrar [v]
remove an impediment desembarazar [v]
remove impediments desembargar [v]
remove cocoons of the silkworm from the southern-wood desembojar [v]
remove dullness (from a tool) desembotar [v]
remove nausea desempalagar [v]
remove swaddling-clothes from children desempañar [v]
remove supports/stays/props desempotrar [v]
remove dizziness desencalabrinar [v]
remove wrong impressions desencalabrinar [v]
remove bulls from the travelling boxes desencajonar [v]
remove the kerb of a pavement desencintar [v]
remove an inflammation desenconar [v]
remove binding desencuadernar [v]
remove ornaments desengalanar [v]
remove a packsaddle from mules or horses desenjalmar [v]
remove an impediment of speech desenmudecer [v]
remove debris desenronar [v] rur. rare
remove a platform/stand desentarimar [v]
remove/destroy poison desenvenenar [v]
remove rubbish desescombrar [v]
remove scales (fishes) desescamar [v]
remove tin from something desestañar [v]
remove flakes from fabric desflecar [v]
remove grease desgrasar [v]
remove hydrogen deshidratar [v]
remove suckers (from plants) deshijar [v] AMER
remove the tacking threads deshilvanar [v]
remove what is fixed deshincar [v]
cure/remove inflammation desinflamar [v]
remove the laths from deslatar [v]
remove dirt from silk-worms deslechar [v] rur. rare
remove the marrow from bones desmeollar [v]
remove from the mold desmoldar [v]
remove a heap of dirt/rubbish desmontar [v]
remove a skin entire copinar [v] MX rare
remove reaped corn from the fields despanar [v] rur. rare
remove the threshed corn from the threshing-floor to winnow it desparvar [v]
remove a cable from a windlass despasar [v]
remove (impediments) despejar [v]
remove the seeds from despepitar [v]
remove folds from tendrils (vines) despleguetear [v]
remove dust despolvar [v]
remove dye desteñir [v]
remove earth from the roots of desterrar [v]
remove/gradually lose sunburn destostarse [v]
remove/undo furrows desurcar [v]
remove the outer integument desvainar [v]
remove (a doubt) desvanecer [v]
remove the veins from the flesh desvenar [v]
remove the fibers from tobacco leaves desvenar [v]
remove the headgear as salute caperucear [v] disused
remove buds from a plant desyemar [v]
remove dents or bruises desabollar [v]
remove acidity desacedar [v]
remove oil and grease (from wool) desaceitar [v]
remove acid from a beverage desacidular [v]
remove fear/cowardice desacobardar [v]
remove the die desacuñar [v]
remove paving-stones desadoquinar [v]
remove/diminish ugliness desafear [v]
remove honeycombs from the hive desagitar [v]
remove the fat (an animal) desainar [v]
remove the alcohol from a liquid desalcoholizar [v]
remove from shop/warehouse or depot desalmacenar [v] rare
remove the digressions from a literary work desamazacotar [v] rare
remove out of sight desaparecer [v]
remove a foundation/support desapoyar [v]
remove an obstruction from a conduit desatascar [v]
remove/spend the treasure of desatesorar [v]
remove earth/mud desaterrar [v]
remove thatch desbardar [v]
break or remove the stem of a pipe desboquillar [v]
remove reliefs/carvings or moldings desbozar [v]
remove grease desbruar [v]
remove the froth from boiling cane juice descachazar [v] AMER
remove any brake or impediment used to prevent movement of a wheel descalzar [v]
remove the flap and bones of meat descargar [v]
remove from earthly things descarnar [v] fig.
remove dandruff from the head descaspar [v]
remove gems from a jewel desclavar [v]
remove obstacles descombrar [v]
remove/diminish congestion descongestionar [v]
open the beehive to remove the honey descorchar [v]
remove a restriction from the use of a road/boundary or property descotar [v]
remove the chrism descrismar [v]
remove the chrism descristianar [v]
remove errors (from books) expurgar [v]
remove poor or dirty honeycombs from a hive escarzar [v]
remove rubbish escombrar [v]
remove the esforrocinos from a vine esforrocinar [v]
remove knots from cloth enmondar [v]
remove hindrances salvar [v]
remove with a shovel traspalar [v]
remove suckers (from plants) quitar chupones (a las plantas) [v]
cataplasm to remove scurf casquete [m]
hook to remove the lids of melting pots buzón [m]
remove (a step or degree, as in a graded scale) grado [m]
tube open at both ends inserted into the vat to remove some wine catavino [m] ES local rur.
Idioms
remove completely arrancar de raíz [v]
remove completely eliminar de raíz [v]
remove completely quitar de raíz [v]
remove completely arrancar de cuajo [v]
remove completely cortar de cuajo [v]
remove completely eliminar de cuajo [v]
remove completely quitar de cuajo [v]
remove completely cortar de raíz [v]
remove the blinkers quitarse las anteojeras [v]
scheme to remove someone from office moverle a alguien la silla [v]
remove someone from command ser relevado de su mando [v]
remove barriers abrir el banderín [v]
remove the obstacles/curses placed on someone by a god or enemy abrir camino [v] CU
remove the obstacles in one's way abrir el banderín [v] CU
remove the dangers, obstacles or curses of a person caused by the witchcraft of an enemy or deity abrir los caminos [v] CU
remove the air from the clutch system desangrar el cloche [v] CU
remove someone from office dar el barquinazo [v] NI
remove wrinkles from the skin with cosmetic surgery estirar el somier [v] CL
remove the exterior of grapes ir al despulpe [v] PR rur.
remove curses put on people hacer un despojo [v] PR
remove excess water from a sugar cane field romper cabecera de surco [v] PR rur.
remove someone romper el cocote [v] DO
remove barriers to do something abrir el banderín [loc/v] CU
Speaking
we are here to remove all obstacles tenemos que eliminar todos los obstáculos
we are here to remove the obstacles tenemos que sacar todos los obstáculos
Phrasals
remove someone from destituir a alguien de [v]
remove something from quitar algo de [v]
remove something from something by sifting extraer/quitar algo de algo mediante el tamizado [v]
Colloquial
tool used to remove broken bolts, especially in a vehicle cola de chancho [f] CL
remove the skin of animal descuerar [v]
remove someone's clothing descuerar [v]
remove fat from the diet suprimir la grasa de la dieta [v]
remove the skin (from) sacar el cuero [v] AR
remove someone's clothes or other accouterment apiarse [v] HN
rinse clothes to remove excess detergent aporrear [v] CR NI rur.
rinse clothes to remove excess detergent aporrear [v] VE:W
remove clothing or part of it from someone calatearse [v] PE
remove someone from office desnucar [v] HN
remove one's shoes in order to get more comfortable desempaquetarse [v] MX NI PR
remove staples from papers stapled together desengrampar [v] GT PE UY EC BO
remove the files from a tile roof desentejar [v] EC
remove one's clothes in order to get more comfortable desempaquetarse [v] MX NI PR
remove someone from their post/position descabezar [v] CO EC
remove weeds and underbrush from a cultivated plot of land descorar [v] BO:W,C
remove the corn husk from corn deschalar [v] AR:Nw UY
remove someone's clothing deschingar [v] CR
discount, reduce or remove something from what is fair escalfar [v] MX HN NI rare
remove excess water from a soaked body estilar [v] CR EC
remove the pulp from a fruit, leaving the empty peel corotear [v] VE:C
remove ornaments empelotar [v] CO
remove weeds desyuyar [v] AR UY
remove the safety of a firearm rastrillar [v] DO CO VE EC PE BO:W AR
remove difficulties zanjear [v] CU
remove something one is wearing volar [v] GT HN SV
wooden spatula used to remove dough jometoto [m] BO:E
Proverbs
better to remain silent and have people think you a fool than to speak and remove all doubt! cayetano es buen muchacho HN NI rare
better to remain silent and have people think you a fool than to speak and remove all doubt! cayetano es buen amigo GT rare
better to remain silent and have people think you a fool than to speak and remove all doubt! cayetano es buen muchacho HN NI
Phrases
abuse/misuse does not remove use el abuso no anula el uso
abuse/misuse does not remove use el abuso no quita el uso
to remove the doubts para desvanecer toda duda
to remove the doubts para disipar toda duda
Slang
forcibly remove money or drugs hacer un tumbe [v] PR jail
Business
remove a lien or attachment desgravar [v]
remove a lien desembargar [v]
remove a lien desgravar [v]
remove restrictions remover restricciones [v]
remove tariffs remover tarifas [v]
remove a person from a register dar de baja [v]
remove restrictions eliminar restricciones [v]
remove tariffs remover tarifas
remove restrictions remover restricciones
Law
remove encumbrances sanear [v]
remove selectively purgar [v]
remove a tax desgravar [v]
remove authorities by force destituir [v]
cancel or remove an encumbrance desgravar [v]
remove at government expense repatriar a expensas del gobierno [v]
remove restrictions remover restricciones [v]