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removal noun

ADJ. complete, total, wholesale | temporary | effective, successful | immediate, speedy his immediate removal from power | easy a liquid for the easy removal of coffee stains | forced/forcible the forcible removal of the protesters' barricades. | surgical | hair, stain

VERB + REMOVAL call for, demand, seek They demanded her removal from office. | order In a symbolic move, the new government ordered the removal of the dictator's statue. | require The programme required the removal of government subsidies. | allow | arrange for to arrange for the removal and disposal of waste. | facilitate | prevent

PREP. ~ from The local council does not allow the removal of sand from the beach. | ~ to the collection's temporary removal to storage

PHRASES removal from office