To obliterate information from (a storage medium), such as to clear or (with magnetic storage) to demagnetize. (verb)
To obliterate (information) from a storage medium, such as to clear or to overwrite. (verb)
To remove a runner from the bases via a double play or pick off play (verb)
To be erased (have markings removed, have information removed, or be cleared of information). (verb)
Examples of word erase
One thing the demolition won't erase is the memories.
No ideology can erase from the human spirit the certainty that marriage exists solely between a man and a woman, who by mutual personal gift, proper and exclusive to themselves, tend toward the communion of their persons. (par 2)
The idea to come up with a way to erase from the board all the Star Trek canon that everyone knows is terrific.
Some deaths can have a Stephen Kinguesque nature to them and try as you might, they can be hard to erase from the memory. on March 24, 2008 at 1: 30 pm | Reply Noddy
This is the lesson of the 1930s, which Republican and libertarian propaganda has striven mightily, and successfully, to erase from the American memory, allowing it to happen all over again.