What Does Suppress Mean?


The word suppress has several meanings depending on the application. It may imply to put an end to forcibly, also called subdue. Suppress may also mean to curtail or prohibit the activities of, or to keep from being exposed, published or circulated.
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History In 1892, Sigmund Freud listed suppression as one of several ego defense mechanisms, or techniques that the mind uses to protect itself from unpleasant thoughts and feelings.
A suppressant is a medication that is designed to decrease the body's tendency to perform a certain action i.e. cough.
1. Avoid fizzy drinks at all costs as this will irritate the tiny hairs in your throat called cilia. These are very sensitive and will push up bacteria and anti-bodies in a mucus
try using less detergent. Seriously. If you are getting that much suds, you are using way too much detergent. you might also try fabric softener.
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to put an end to the activities of (a person, body of persons, etc.): to suppress the Communist and certain left-leaning parties.
to do away with by or as by authority; abolish; stop (a practice, custom, etc.).
to keep in or repress (a feeling, smile, groan, etc.).
to withhold from disclosure or publication (truth, evidence, a book, names, etc.).
to stop or arrest (a flow, hemorrhage, cough, etc.).
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Suppress means to put an end to something. You can suppress your hunger, evidence, emotions, etc. Some stuff is not healthy to suppress.
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