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Elimination may refer to:

Science and medicine[edit]

  • Elimination reaction, an organic reaction in which two functional groups split to form an organic product
  • Bodily waste elimination, discharging feces, urine, or foreign substances from the body via defecation, urination, and emesis
  • Drug elimination, clearance of a drug or other foreign agent from the body
  • Elimination, the destruction of an infectious disease in one region of the world as opposed to its eradication from the entire world
  • Hazard elimination, the most effective type of hazard control
  • Elimination (pharmacology), processes by which a drug is eliminated from an organism

Logic and mathematics[edit]

Games and competitions[edit]



  • Elimination (accounting), the act of recording amounts in a consolidation statement to remove the effects of inter-company transactions

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