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purge

US [pɜrdʒ]
UK [pɜː(r)dʒ]
  • v.清除;净化(心灵、风气等);涤荡(污秽)
  • n.清除
  • Web清除内存数据;清洗;吹扫
Simple Present:purges  Present Participle:purging  Past Tense:purged  
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v.
1.
清除,清洗(组织中的异己分子)to remove people from an organization, often violently, because their opinions or activities are unacceptable to the people in power
His first act as leader was to purge the party of extremists.
他当上领导的第一件事就是清除党内的极端分子。
He purged extremists from the party.
他把极端分子清除出党。
2.
净化(心灵、风气等);涤荡(污秽)to make yourself/sb/sth pure, healthy or clean by getting rid of bad thoughts or feelings
We need to purge our sport of racism.
我们必须消除体育界的种族主义。
Nothing could purge the guilt from her mind.
她内心的愧疚是无法消除的。
n.
1.
(对异己的)清洗,清除,暴力铲除the act of removing people, often violently, from an organization because their views are unacceptable to the people who have power

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