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1. efface efface


I tried to efface the memory of her tears.

Inglés palabraborrar"(efface) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fichas del libro - "Gold Elsie" (E. Marlitt)
Fichas del libro - "The Sailor" (J. C. Snaith)
Fichas del libro - "Nightfall" (Anthony Pryde)
Fichas del libro - "The Loom of Life" (Cotton Noe)
Fichas del libro - "The Helpers" (Francis Lynde)

2. delete delete


Please delete this file.
I delete the accounts.
Delete his name from the list of the applicants.
I can't figure out how to delete what I just posted.
I wish I could figure out how to delete my Facebook account.
I've accidentally deleted some data from my computer.
It takes me about 2 minutes to delete spam from my inbox.
Paul deleted all the emails that weren’t important.
Please, don't delete this file, I'm going to use it later.
How do I delete a sentence?
It's so easy to write good example sentences, that even if we accidentally delete a few good sentences in the process of getting rid of a whole lot of bad ones, I think we could drastically improve the quality of this corpus by doing a lot of deleting.
Please advise us as to what topic you would like to add or delete by June 12.
This example text is a how-to-write sample, so please add to and delete from it as required before using.
Add and delete buttons from the OE toolbar.

Inglés palabraborrar"(delete) ocurre en conjuntos:

Ciencia y Tecnología - Science and Technology
500 most important Spanish verbs 426 - 450
9-6-16 Kuna Noticias | Kunamundo - Home
9-6-16 Kuna Noticias | Kunamundo - Home
9-6-16 Kuna Noticias | Kunamundo - Home

3. to erase to erase


So for me, it’s very hard to erase these wounds inside my soul, inside my heart.
The teacher asked him to erase the board at the end of the lesson.

Inglés palabraborrar"(to erase) ocurre en conjuntos:

500 most important Spanish verbs 401 - 425
School and Education - Escuela y Educación
Tame Impala The Less I Know The Better (Letra trad...
Fichas del libro - "Up For Renewal" (Lucius Daniel)
verbos regulares presente