Definitions for delete
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word delete.
remove or make invisible
"Please delete my name from your list"
wipe out digitally or magnetically recorded information
"Who erased the files form my hard disk?"
edit, blue-pencil, deleteverb
cut or eliminate
"she edited the juiciest scenes"
To remove, get rid of or erase, especially written or printed material, or data on a computer.
To hide, conceal
A key that may be pressed to delete something (including text or files) from a computer.
Etymology: From deletus, past participle of delere, from delevi, originally perf. tense of delinere, from de- + linere.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To blot out. Dict.
Etymology: from deleo, Lat.
Delete refers to the act of removing or erasing something such as a file, text, or data from a particular location or storage, making it no longer accessible from its original place. This action can be performed on various platforms, including digital devices, documents, databases, websites, etc.
to blot out; to erase; to expunge; to dele; to omit
Etymology: [L. deletus, p. p. of delere to destroy. Cf. 1st Dele.]
In the database structured query language (SQL), the DELETE statement removes one or more records from a table. A subset may be defined for deletion using a condition, otherwise all records are removed. Some DBMSs, like MySQL, allow to delete rows from multiple tables with one DELETE statement.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
de-lēt′, v.t. to blot out: to erase: to destroy.—n.pl. Delen′da, things to be deleted or erased.—n. Delē′tion.—adjs. Delē′tive, Delē′tory. [L. delēre, delētum, to blot out.]
To take data, files or information from a form of electronic information, app, computer, computer program, computer system, dictionary, database, device, file, folder, internet, laptop, network, type of software, server, website or other form of digital technology and change it to accurate and transformed data, information, space and memory processing accurately, easily, effectively, efficiently, safely, securely and simply at superluminal speed.
It is important for human beings to have the right to delete data.
Submitted by MaryC on October 8, 2020
To take data, information or file from a form of electronic information, app, computer, computer program, computer system, dictionary, database, device, file, folder, internet, laptop, type of software, server, website, planet earth energy field or other form of digital technology and it is recycled.
The website search engine have a policy for those people who require to delete information, we can request to have it deleted through the right to delete.
Submitted by MaryC on May 10, 2016
To take energy, consciousness, data, files, words or information from a planet earth energy field and change it now in this moment to optimum health and forward movement and evolution of energy, consciousness and information at superluminal speed.
To have the ability to delete consciousness is a gift that we value.
Submitted by MaryC on October 8, 2020
To take or change data at FTL speed, the definition of a term or word, a word within a definition or the username of the definition of a word from the planet earth dictionary and the relevant planet earth energy field and to recycle the data accurately, easily, effectively, efficiently, safely, securely and simply at superluminal speed
To delete data from the planet earth dictionary creates amazing change thoughout the world for us all.
Submitted by MaryC on October 14, 2020
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The numerical value of delete in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of delete in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
I know that you cannot delete many things from the final draft of the SDGs. So you can play with some words here and there, to be very practical and pragmatic, so we have to find strong allies in the governments - even for two or three words to be incorporated into it.
There are at least three separate legal obligations that should have informed and instructed her not to delete emails or wipe her server clean.
3 KEYS to a happy life ... CTRL+ALT+DEL. CONTROL your emotions, Look for an ALTERNATIVE, DELETE the past,and move on
While it is not clear precisely when Secretary Clinton decided to permanently delete all emails from her server, it appears she made the decision after October 28, 2014, when the Department of State for the first time asked the secretary to return her public record to the Department, not only was the secretary the sole arbiter of what was a public record, she also summarily decided to delete all emails from her server ensuring no one could check behind her analysis in the public interest.
It would try to delete essentially all your files... then restart the system. You would come back up and nothing would be there, if it infected more financial systems, it could have deleted all financial data in North Korea. I mean, it is dangerous.
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- حذف, يحذفArabic
- изтривам, премахвамBulgarian
- smazat, vymazatCzech
- löschen, streichenGerman
- forstreki, eksigi, forpreniEsperanto
- sguab àsScottish Gaelic
- cancellare, eliminareItalian
- 削除, 消すJapanese
- excluir, deletar, apagarPortuguese
- удалить, удалятьRussian
- ta bortSwedish
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