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noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 絶滅

noun, suru verb
  1. extinction; extermination
  2. eradication; stamping out; wiping out

Definition and Synonyms for 絶滅

Die Out become extinct
Synonyms: 廃絶, 死滅, 死に絶える, 滅ぶ, 滅びる, 滅亡, 滅失, 絶える, 絶家, 絶え果てる, 絶滅
Eliminate terminate, end, or take out
Synonyms: なくす, のける, 取り去る, 取り除く, 消す, 消去, 消し去る, 消除, 絶やす, 絶滅, 避ける, 除く, 除する, 除却, 除去
Extinction complete annihilation
Synonyms: 全滅, 根絶, 絶滅
Demolition an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
Synonyms: 取り壊し, 取り壊す, 取り潰す, ぶち壊す, 壊す, 壊滅, 損壊, 撃滅, 毀棄, 破壊, 粉砕, 絶滅
Defunctness no longer in existence
Synonyms: 絶滅

Meanings for each kanji in 絶滅

discontinue; beyond; sever; cut off; abstain; interrupt; suppress Kanji Details »
destroy; ruin; overthrow; perish Kanji Details »

Categories 絶滅 is a member of

Vanish get lost, as without warning or explanation
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Destruct do away with, cause the destruction or undoing of
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Finish event whose occurrence ends something
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Annihilation total destruction
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Death the absence of life or state of being dead
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Sample Sentences for 絶滅

That bird is now in danger of dying out.
Zen's latest mission is to save the Earth from ecological destruction at the hands of a plant-destroying madman.
The beautiful bird is said to be in danger of dying out.
Nuclear weapons may bring about the annihilation of man.
The species will be made extinct by the end of this century.

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