Noun(1) the act of clearing yourself (or another(2) an act of removing by cleansing; ridding of sediment or other undesired elements(3) an abrupt or sudden removal of a person or group from an organization or place
Verb(1) oust politically(2) clear of a charge(3) make pure or free from sin or guilt(4) rid of impurities(5) rinse, clean, or empty with a liquid(6) eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth(7) excrete or evacuate (someone's bowels or body
(1) The national Democratic Party leadership tacitly supported the right-wing purge .(2) If we are not free when we act from desire, it seems that the only possible path to freedom is to purge oneself of all desires.(3) I propose a purge of the party leadership.(4) But their joy turned to anger after the judge reduced the sentence after agreeing to purge the contempt of court conviction.(5) The KMT actually began fragmenting in the late 1980s when Lee, upon taking control of the party, proceeded to systematically purge mainlanders from the senior ranks.(6) I make it plain it is open to you, Mr Rothschild, to apply to the court, in this court, to purge your contempt.(7) His principal aim was a purge of the top ranks within the armed forces and police, beginning with his personal enemies.(8) Eviatar mistakenly asserts that I held the purge of the communists the most important consequence of that 1947 law.(9) Having widely publicised their plan to EPO test in Edmonton, the athletics body has provided drugs cheats the necessary time needed to purge their system of the blood-boosting substance.(10) Does art have the power to purge such a foul karmic residue?(11) But I think the best way for me to purge out unwanted emotions, or even good emotions, is by talking about it.(12) Another purge in September led to the arrest of 572 people on drug-related charges.(13) After the restoration of the absolute monarchy in 1814, Goya narrowly survived a purge .(14) One of the most extreme actions of Cambodia's late Communist dictator Pol Pot was to purge the country of anybody who wore glasses.(15) The government stepped up a purge on the nation's judiciary yesterday, announcing it will begin moves to fire judges it accuses of bias.(16) Something badly needed to be done to purge the country of its weapons.
(1) air purge :: пок ҳавоӣ
1. removal ::
3. cleanse ::
4. remove ::
5. be sick ::
6. purify ::
7. flush ::
Different Formspurge, purged, purges, purging
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