banish

banish
transitive verb
1. (to exile) 
a. desterrar 
The leader of the tribe banished his son from the village for dishonoring him.El líder de la tribu desterró a su hijo de la aldea por haberlo deshonrado.
2. (to dismiss) 
a. apartar 
Once Russell was home, he tried to banish all thoughts of work from his mind.Cuando Russell llegó casa, trató de apartar de su mente todo pensamiento sobre el trabajo.
b. desterrar 
The king's impassioned speech banished any doubt about his intentions.El discurso apasionado del rey desterró cualquier duda sobre sus intenciones.
c. desvanecer (literary) 
Having their father home banished the children's fears.Tener otra vez a su padre en casa desvaneció los miedos de los niños.
banish
transitive verb
1. (exile) 
a. desterrar 
he banished all thought of her from his mindse la quitó de la cabeza
banish [ˈbænɪʃ]
transitive verb
[+person] expulsar; desterrar; [+thought, fear] desterrar; apartar;from de
to banish a topic from one's conversation desterrar un tema de la conversación
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