To move from a position occupied; cause to change place; transfer from one point to another; put from its place in any manner.To displace from an office, post, or situation.To take or put away in any manner; take away by causing to cease; cause to leave or depart; put an end to; do away with; banish.To make away with; cut off; take away by death: as, to remove a person by poison.In law, to transfer from one court to another.Synonyms To dislodge, transfer.To dismiss, eject, oust.To abate, suppress.To change place in any manner; move from one place to another; change the place of residence: as, to remove from Edinburgh to London.n. The act of removing, or the state of being removed; removal; change of place.n. The distance or space through which anything is removed; interval; stage; step; especially, a step in any scale of gradation or descent.n. In English public schools:n. Promotion from one class or division to another.n. Hence— A class or division.n. A posting-stage; the distance between two resting-places on a road.n. The raising of a siege.n. The act of changing a horse's shoe from one foot to another, or for a new one.n. A dish removed from table to make room for something else; also, a course.