Idioms about rid
Origin of rid1
OTHER WORDS FROM ridridder, noun
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How to use rid in a sentence
High levels of antibodies mean that the person’s immune system mounted an intense effort to get rid of the virus, which is what usually happens in adults infected with the coronavirus.The CDC released a COVID-19 test knowing it had a high failure rate|Rachael Zisk|November 9, 2020|Popular-Science
Veteran political commentator Stephen Grootes agrees that “getting rid of Ace would look very good.”The Corruption Battle Shaping South Africa’s Future|Charu Kasturi|November 9, 2020|Ozy
This solution will also help you get rid of hard water stains on shower doors, which are basically just mineral buildup.The one ingredient you need to clean the dishwasher and four other gross household items|Sandra Gutierrez G.|November 5, 2020|Popular-Science
Murad’s new Clarifying Oil-Free Water Gel is an oil-free, non-comedogenic, water-light hydrator designed to get rid of bacteria that can lead to irritated skin thanks to the inclusion of Hyaluronic Acid, Ginger Root Extract, and Salicylic Acid.Gift Guide: The best beauty and wellness presents of 2020|Rachel King|November 1, 2020|Fortune
To get there, the plan pledges to rid the power sector of carbon emissions by 2035.This election could decide the climate’s future|Ula Chrobak|October 29, 2020|Popular-Science
He flies far inland, following the plough, and he then rids the land of many a harmful grub.On the Seashore|R. Cadwallader Smith
Rid′dance, act of ridding or freeing: destruction: the earth thrown up by a burrowing animal; Rid′der, one who rids or relieves.
In this way the organism sometimes rids itself of splinters of bone that remain in the tissues after a fracture.
Until the Government rids its service of the spirit of graft the law-makers are beating around the bush.The Itching Palm|William R Scott
Further, water assists in the removal of the daily bodily wastes, and thus rids the system of foul and poisonous substances.General Science|Bertha M. Clark
British Dictionary definitions for rid
Derived forms of ridridder, noun
Word Origin for rid
Other Idioms and Phrases with rid
see get rid of.