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/iˈradiˌkāt/,
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eradicated, past tense; eradicated, past participle; eradicates, 3rd person singular present; eradicating, present participle;
  1. Destroy completely; put an end to
    • - this disease has been eradicated from the world

  1. eliminate: kill in large numbers; "the plague wiped out an entire population"
  2. uproot: destroy completely, as if down to the roots; "the vestiges of political democracy were soon uprooted" "root out corruption"
  3. (eradication) the complete destruction of every trace of something
  4. To pull up by the roots; to uproot; To completely destroy; to put an end to; to extirpate
  5. (eradicated) eliminated, utterly destroyed; Having the roots of a tree visible in the emblazon
  6. (Eradicated) A tree torn up by its roots.
  7. (eradicated) A disease no longer occurs within a region or country from any source inside or outside that area. Smallpox has been eradicated worldwide.
  8. (eradicated) uprooted, as of trees or plants
  9. (Eradication) the process of removing something permanently.
  10. (Eradication) Control of plant disease by eliminating the pathogen after it is established or by eliminating the plants that carry the pathogen.
  11. (Eradication) Permanent reduction to zero of the worldwide incidence of infection caused by a specific agent as a result of deliberate efforts; intervention measures are no longer needed. Example: smallpox. link
  12. (Eradication) The extirpation of the entire population of an alien species in a managed area; eliminating the IAS {invasive alien species} completely from a defined area by a time limited campaign.
  13. (eradication) Extermination of a disease or a pathogen
  14. (eradication) the complete elimination of an organism (e.g., HIV) from the body, including the blood and reservoir tissue sites.
  15. Eradication involves eliminating with special chemicals, an existing color from a white vinyl fabric that has been pre-coated at the factory with eradicable inks.
  16. (ERADICATION) Elimination of infections and/or colonization of MRSA in a facility through implementation of infection control and hygiene measures and/or antibiotics.
  17. (Eradication) Application of measures to totally eliminate a pest or weed from an area, where the risk of re-infestation is minimal or zero.
  18. (Eradication) Attempt to remove all feral cats from the environment by trapping and removing feral cats so thoroughly that none are left behind, because any cats surviving this effort will breed prolifically. Eradication has been attempted throughout the United States for many decades. ...
  19. (Eradication) If enough users install up-to-date virus protection software, any virus can be wiped out. So far no viruses have disappeared completely, but some have long ceased to be a major threat. (see Life Cycle)
  20. (Eradication) In the context of malaria, reducing the number of malaria parasites that circulate in the natural world to zero.
  21. (Eradication) Removal of all recognizable units of an infecting agent from the environment.
  22. (Eradication) The removal of every individual and propagule of a species from New Zealand so that only reintroduction from beyond New Zealand’s borders would enable the re-emergence of the species. Achievement of eradication should be demonstrated by surveillance^12.
  23. (Eradication) the ability to stop disease development after symptoms have developed. Very few fungicides have this capability, and growers must not rely on this as a means of disease control.
  24. (V. Eradication) Eradication is the removal of the entire nuisance plant – including the above ground portion of the plant, and the roots, shoots and seeds of the plant.  The eradication provisions apply to those plants on the Nuisance Plants List, Required Eradication List.
  25. (eradication) Completely getting rid of by chemical treatment, burning or burying.