One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a bill to abolish the council tax’
put an end to, do away with, get rid of, scrap, end, stop, terminate, eradicate, eliminate, exterminate, destroy, annihilate, stamp out, obliterate, wipe out, extinguish, quash, expunge, extirpate
annul, cancel, invalidate, nullify, void, dissolve, erase, delete
rescind, repeal, revoke, overturn
discontinue, remove, withdraw, retract, countermand, excise, drop, jettison, vitiate, abrogate
informal axe, ditch, junk, scrub, dump, chop, give something the chop, knock something on the head
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