Delete vs Demolish - What's the difference?
As a noun delete
is a key that may be pressed to delete something (including text or files) from a computer.
As a verb demolish is
to destroy; to destruct.
A remainder of a music or video release.
- I lost the file when I accidentally hit delete .
To remove, get rid of or erase, especially written or printed material, or data on a computer.
(computer) To hide, conceal
* (to get rid of) erase, strike, terminate, cease existence, remove, rub out, strike out, obliterate, cancel, cross out, score, scrub, scrap, scratch, expunge, eliminate, blue-pencil, exclude, squelch
* (to get rid of) insert, maintain
To destroy; to destruct.
(figuratively) To utterly defeat.
- They demolished the old house and put up four townhouses.
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, author=Kevin Core
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