e·ra·di·co[1]

  1. destroy
  2. get rid of
  3. obliterate
  4. to root out

Synonyms for eradico

  • abiciodishearten, dispense with, get rid of, to throw down, weaken
  • aboleoabolish, annul, do away with, efface, obliterate, to destroy
  • accidodestroy, hew, occur, to fall down, to hack, to happen, to ruin
  • annulloannihilate, destroy, to obliterate
  • atterodestroy, erode, impair, rub against, rub away, ruin, to weaken, waste, weaken, wear away, wear down
  • cassoannul, destroy, in vain, make void, to bring to naught
  • concidocut down, cut up, destroy, fail, perish, sink, subside, to be ruined, to fall down
  • confundoblend, confound, confounding, confuse, destroy, mix, to bring into disorder, to pour together, trouble
  • consumodestroy, employ, finish, to devour, to spend, use up, waste away
  • corrumpoannihilate, destroy, spoil, to break up, weaken

Similar to eradico

  • edicodeclare, to announce
  • eralady, mistress
  • educobring up, draw out, issue, lead out, march out, rear, to draw out, to foster
  • emicoto shine
  • evincodefeat, enthrall, subjugate, to conquer
  • evocodraw on, produce, recall to the colors, to draw out
  • evalescobe able, become fashionable, prevail, to grow strong
  • dicoto say
  • eatenusso far, thus far, up to then
  • ebriusdrunken