What is the meaning of process of getting rid of something?

What is the meaning of process of getting rid of something?

: to do something so as to no longer have or be affected or bothered by (something or someone that is unwanted) It’s time to get rid of this old sweater.

What is another way to say spot on?

What is another word for spot-on?

accurate correct
precise proper
right so
true veracious
bang on hunky-dory

How do you say get rid of?


  1. replace. verb. to get rid of someone or something, and to put a new person or thing in their place.
  2. shed. verb. to get rid of something that is not wanted or is no longer necessary.
  3. dispose of. phrasal verb.
  4. do away with. phrasal verb.
  5. eliminate. verb.
  6. dump. verb.
  7. eradicate. verb.
  8. discard. verb.

What is another word for perfect?

What is another word for perfect?

flawless excellent
exquisite immaculate
impeccable pristine
defectless faultless
intact irreproachable

What can I say instead of well done?

21 ways to say “well done”

  • I’m proud you’re on my team.
  • Congratulations on a terrific job.
  • You’re so helpful. Thank you.
  • You continually improve. Well done.
  • Thanks so much for your consistent effort.
  • I really admire your perseverance.
  • Your cheerful mood lifts the team’s spirit.
  • You’re a champion.

How do you compliment a singer in one word?

Judges comments

  1. “Great musicianship, you play with confidence and vocally you have a really good tone.”
  2. “Vocally you have a great tone and really good control on the high notes, a great overall performance.”
  3. “Vocally you have a booming voice and bags of character in your tone.”
  4. “Great power and control are all there!”

How do you say great effort?

Synonyms for Great effort

  1. considerable effort. n.
  2. huge effort. n.
  3. major effort. n.
  4. enormous effort. n.
  5. great deal of effort. n.
  6. significant effort. n.
  7. significant efforts.
  8. lot of effort.

What are different ways to say good job?


  • You’re on the right track now!
  • You’ve got it made.
  • That’s right!
  • That’s good.
  • I’m very proud of you.
  • You’re really working hard today.
  • You are very good at that.
  • That’s coming along nicely.

What is another way to say leave?

What is another word for leave?

quit flee
part start
stir depart from
go away move out
pull out run off

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