|delegate, delegation, delete||del.|
|act as deputy, appoint as a representative; delegate authority to a deputy, choose representative||depute|
|act of appointing a representative or representatives; group of appointed representatives, delegation, appointment of deputy||deputation|
|action to relieve itching, assembled hastily, cancel something, cause itching, delete something, done randomly, drag something along surface, for jotted notes, handicap of zero, incur penalty, just get by, make fluke shot, make harsh noise, make mark i...||scratch|
|alley, be sharp, change direction sharply, change scene, delete data, dilute, divide deck of cards, divide something with sharp tool, divided, dividing of deck of cards, edit movie or video, fashion a garment, garment style, grow teeth through gums, ha...||cut|
|ambassador, diplomat; official representative; delegate, messenger, authorized, qualified; has full authority, has power of attorney, conferring full power, having full power, official with full powers||plenipotentiary|
|appoint a subdelegate; transfer authority or responsibilities to a subdelegate, representative of a delegate, assistant to a delegate||subdelegate|
|bleep, delete from a transmission, erase from a transmission, image on a radar screen, make a blip, spot on display screen, sudden deviation||blip|
|call off, repeal, revoke, erase, cancellation, delete, end contract, inserted page, mark as used, page to be replaced, remove common factor, reverse instruction, stop something from happening||cancel|
|chance, contingency, dependent on what may happen, dependent upon; possible; accidental, happening by chance, group of military personnel, group of people, possible but not certain, reinforcement, detachment of troops; representative group, delegation,...||contingent|
|cleansing; cleaning of excess files from a hard disk (Computers); erasing of a file without the option of canceling the erasure (Computers); diarrhetic drug, cathartic, delete data, empty the bowels, free somebody from guilt or sin, get rid of opponent...||purge|
|cut out, cut off; remove; impose an excise tax, delete, licensing charge, remove surgically, tax levied on the manufacture or sale of a product within a country, tax on goods for the domestic market||excise|
|delete recorded data, remove or destroy, remove written material, rub off, totally remove||erase|
|delete something with line||cross out|
|delete something, print||strike off|
|delete; skip over; neglect, fail to do something, leave somebody or something out||omit|
|Madeleine Albright (born 1937 as Maria Jana Koerbel), American government official, first female Secretary of State, former U.S. delegate to the United Nations; family name||Albright|
|messenger, envoy, delegate, representative, spy||emissary|
|military leader, military leader who has authority over an area (either as a delegate of the ruling government or as a member of a rebelling force)||warlord|
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