分布：remove[rɪˈmu:v]removed, removing, removesCET4CET6TEM4考研GREn305021511250271646v877488575170813916467103888693VERB4773075303NOUN234368830Spoken:105248275removed removes removing消除(76%)，脱掉(16%)，免除(4%)，搬迁(4%)n.移动；距离；搬家vt.移动，迁移；开除；调动vi.移动，迁移；搬家
中文释义：remove verb OPAL W /rɪˈmuːv/ /rɪˈmuːv/Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they remove /rɪˈmuːv/ /rɪˈmuːv/ he / she / it removes /rɪˈmuːvz/ /rɪˈmuːvz/ past simple removed /rɪˈmuːvd/ /rɪˈmuːvd/ past participle removed /rɪˈmuːvd/ /rɪˈmuːvd/ -ing form removing /rɪˈmuːvɪŋ/ /rɪˈmuːvɪŋ/Idioms to take somebody/something away from a place移开；拿开；去掉；从…机构开除 remove somebody/something Illegally parked vehicles will be removed.非法停放的车辆将被拖走。 remove somebody/something from somebody/something He removed his hand from her shoulder.他将手从她的肩膀上拿开。Three children were removed from the school for persistent bad behaviour.三个孩子因一再行为不检被学校开除。Remove the pan from the heat and continue to stir the sauce.Extra ExamplesFittings should be completely removed for cleaning.She removed the dirty dishes from the table.The old cladding can be easily removed using a claw hammer.people who have been forcibly removed from their homesOxford Collocations Dictionaryadverbaltogethercompletelyentirely…verb + removetry tobe possible tobe difficult to…prepositionforfromwith…See full entry remove something to take off clothing, etc. from the body脱去（衣服等）；摘下She removed her glasses and rubbed her eyes.她摘下眼镜，揉了揉眼睛。Passengers no longer have to remove their shoes during security checks.Topics Clothes and Fashiona2 to get rid of something unpleasant, dirty, etc.; to make something disappear去除，排除（污渍、不愉快的事物等）；使消失 remove something She has had the tumour removed.她已经将肿瘤切除了。She had surgery to remove the two tumours. to remove problems/obstacles/objections解决问题；排除障碍；消除异议Considerable progress has been made in removing barriers to trade within the EU.The news removed any doubts about the company's future.这个消息消除了一切有关公司前景的疑虑。This comment has been removed by a moderator. remove something from somebody/something The police instructed the author to remove the offending material from the website.She asked for her name to be removed from the list of candidates.It was impossible to remove the stain from the tablecloth.Extra Examplesthe best way to remove stainsThese stains can be difficult to remove.Unsightly moles can be removed surgically.Bee stings should be removed with tweezers.By producing an heir, the Queen effectively removed her cousin's hopes of succeeding to the throne.The proposed law would remove at a stroke the long-cherished right to trial by jury.Translation software should effectively remove all barriers to communication between people.A subsequent agreement removed the major obstacles to negotiations.Oxford Collocations Dictionaryadverbaltogethercompletelyentirely…verb + removetry tobe possible tobe difficult to…prepositionforfromwith…See full entry remove somebody from something to dismiss somebody from their position or job免除，解除（职务等）The elections removed the government from power.这几次选举使得政府倒台。Extra ExamplesAfter his arrest on corruption charges, he was immediately removed as party president.Only the college's governing body can remove him from office.The shareholders of a company have the power to remove the board. Word OriginMiddle English (as a verb): from the Old French stem remov-, from Latin removere, from re- ‘back’ + movere ‘to move’.Idioms be far/further/furthest removed from something to be very different from something; to not be connected with something与…大相径庭；与…不相干Many of these books are far removed from the reality of the children's lives.很多这样的书都远远地脱离了孩子们的现实生活。 once, twice, etc. removed (of a cousin堂亲或表亲) belonging to a different generation上代的；下代的He's my cousin's son so he's my first cousin once removed.他是我表兄弟的儿子，所以他是低我一辈的表亲。 remove noun /rɪˈmuːv/ /rɪˈmuːv/[countable, uncountable] (formal) an amount by which two things are separated距离；差距；间距Charlotte seemed to be living at one remove from reality.夏洛特好像生活在现实之外。Word OriginMiddle English (as a verb): from the Old French stem remov-, from Latin removere, from re- ‘back’ + movere ‘to move’.
词源： remove 1 remove：免除；移开；除去，去掉词根词缀： re-再 + -mov-移动 + -e动词词尾 2 remove：移除，去除re-,向后，离开，move,移动，运动。引申词义移除，去除等。 3 remove：移除，去除re-,向后，离开，move,移动，运动。引申词义移除，去除等。
辨析： transfer, remove, shift, move 这组词都有“从一处移往另一处”的意思，其区别是： transfer: 一般表示转送或移交迁移，尤指交通运输中的换乘或职务的调动等。 remove: 作“移动”解时，与move可换用，还可指撤职或开除学藉等。 shift: 侧重位置与方向的改变。 move: 普通用词，指从一处到另一外的任何距离的转移。 remove, expel, eliminate, dismiss 这组词都有“开除，驱出，去掉”的意思，其区别是： remove: 普通用词，不带任何感情色彩。 expel: 多指强行解除公职或驱出住地。 eliminate: 通常指例行的、有步骤地去掉某物或某人。 dismiss: 既可指突然地迅速地排除，也可指解雇或开除。
所在组：必考词 Unit 1