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Present participle for to dig or excavate a ditch or channel
“In planting this marsh, it is necessary first to ditch the area, then to cut the outlets into tidal guts or canals, and place water control structures at outlets.”
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Present participle for to get rid of or give up something
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“Make up your mind to ditch the excuses and improve yourself. Let go of the excuses and take responsibility for your failures and shortcomings.”
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Present participle for to leave or abandon, especially a relationship
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“How could she just completely ditch me, and for the one person who at that time truly hated me.”
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Present participle for to put an end to, especially formally
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Present participle for to refrain from doing or indulging in something
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Present participle for to avoid dealing with or discussing (something problematic or disagreeable)
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Present participle for to be absent from school without permission
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Present participle for to evade, escape, or get away from somebody or something
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Present participle for to conceal or hide from view
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Present participle for to move or jolt around unsteadily or abruptly
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Present participle for to fail to meet someone as planned
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Present participle for to dismiss from a job or position
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Present participle for to deliberately or persistently avoid through antipathy or caution
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Present participle for to forcefully descend and collide, crash or ditch abruptly
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(of an action or event) Present participle for to prevent from happening
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Present participle for to fall down or plummet from an elevated position
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Present participle for to leave, flee or escape from a place
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The Formal act of putting an end to
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The action or process of getting rid of something
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The act of shirking from responsibilities and duties, especially from attending school
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A channel at the side of a street for carrying off rainwater
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