Meaning of ABOLISH in English

ABOLISH

verb

ADVERB

▪ altogether ( esp. BrE ), completely , entirely , totally

Some say the tax should be ~ed entirely.

▪ virtually

▪ largely

Foreign exchange controls were largely ~ed.

▪ effectively

The new immigration act effectively ~es quotas on immigrants.

VERB + ABOLISH

▪ seek to

▪ decide to , vote to

Abolish is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ ceiling , ↑ censorship , ↑ conscription , ↑ immunity , ↑ monarchy , ↑ practice , ↑ right , ↑ scheme , ↑ slavery , ↑ subsidy , ↑ tariff , ↑ tax

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