extirpar

extirpar
transitive verb
1. (medicine) 
a. to remove 
Hay que extirpar la zona afectada rápidamente o la gangrena se extenderá.We have to remove the affected area or the gangrene will spread.
A mi hermana le extirparon un riñón para donárselo a nuestro padre.My sister had a kidney removed surgically to donate it to our father.
El dentista me extirpó la muela de juicio después de que se había convertido impactada.The dentist extracted my wisdom tooth after it had become impacted.
2. (to root out) 
Legalizar el consumo de drogas no es la solución para extirpar su tráfico.Legalizing the use of drugs isn't the solution to eradicate drug trafficking.
He contratado a un nutricionista para que me ayude a extirpar mis malos hábitos alimentarios.I hired a nutritionist to help me stamp out my bad eating habits.
c. to extirpate (formal) 
Para conseguir la paz, hay que extirpar el mal del mundo.In order to bring about peace, we have to extirpate the evil from the world.
extirpar
transitive verb
1. (tumor) 
a. to remove 
2. (muela) 
a. to extract 
3. (erradicar) 
a. to eradicate, to stamp out 
extirpar
transitive verb
1 [+problema, vicio] to eradicate; stamp out
2 (Med) to remove (surgically); take out
Examples
Verb Conjugations for extirpar
Past Participle: extirpado
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
extirpo
extirpé
extirpaba
extirparía
extirparé
extirpas
extirpaste
extirpabas
extirparías
extirparás
él/ella/Ud.
extirpa
extirpó
extirpaba
extirparía
extirpará
nosotros
extirpamos
extirpamos
extirpábamos
extirparíamos
extirparemos
vosotros
extirpáis
extirpasteis
extirpabais
extirparíais
extirparéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
extirpan
extirparon
extirpaban
extirparían
extirparán
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