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sup·press
[suh-pres]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to put an end to the activities of (a person, body of persons, etc.): to suppress the Communist and certain left-leaning parties.
2.
to do away with by or as by authority; abolish; stop (a practice, custom, etc.).
3.
to keep in or repress (a feeling, smile, groan, etc.).
4.
to withhold from disclosure or publication (truth, evidence, a book, names, etc.).
5.
to stop or arrest (a flow, hemorrhage, cough, etc.).
6.
to vanquish or subdue (a revolt, rebellion, etc.); quell; crush.
7.
to reduce or eliminate (an irregular or undesired oscillation or frequency) in a circuit.
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Suppressed definition, to put an end to the activities of (a person, body of persons , etc.): to suppress the Communist and certain left-leaning parties. See more.

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