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1. To remove a file or folder from a computer.
2. To delete data from a file (often text or numerical data).
3. To assassinate.
1. "You don't need those text files, just delete them."
2. "Delete the last two lines of that paragraph - they aren't really necessary."
3. "That guy has pissed me off for the last time. I'm going to hire someone to delete that motherfucker."
by Steve H. June 02, 2005
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Referring to the heavy unfashionable winter jacket and patterned mittens Sanders wore to the inauguration of Joe Biden.
Its brutally cold outside this morning so be sure you're Bundled Like Bernie!
by Talk2me-JCH January 24, 2021
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The button that only Hillary Clinton can properly use, much to everyone else's disapproval.
Clinton will be the first F president. (that was meant to say female, but someone decided to delete the emale! jajajajajaja!)
by Intelligence001 July 17, 2016
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To be killed, most notably by gunshot.
Man if you keep talkin' Imma have to delete you!
by aceOFspade May 19, 2011
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1) to remove something permanently, like a paragraph of text, a file on the computer, but does not really apply to another living thing or human
2) to remove the leet out of something: likely text
1) RIGHT: delete that sentence, it is not needed
WRONG: now that you have a gun, go delete that guy
2) Lyk OMG! LOL
deleted form: Like Oh My God! Laughing Out Loud
by this website is ruined October 04, 2005
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To "delete" a vehicle means to strip the vehicle of one or more emissions control systems.

For a gasoline (petrol) engine, the EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) system or catalytic converter (or both) will be removed. For a Diesel engine, people will remove the EGR systems, DPF's (Diesel Particulate Filters), or SCR systems (Selective Catalytic Reduction, a.k.a. the DEF system). There are many benefits to deleting your vehicle, not the least of which are reduced maintenance and increased fuel economy.

EGR dumps exhaust gases back into the intake, which reduces NOx emissions without requiring DEF, but it reduces your power, increases your fuel consumption, increases maintenance costs, and kills your engine. Not only that, the NOx from the engine helps clean out the DPF, as it oxidises some of the carbon into carbon dioxide.

The DPF filters out all the soot (black smoke) in the exhaust, which reduces PM emissions, and works very well. But it's restrictive by nature, and just like any other filter it gets clogged over time. And once they get clogged you now have an exhaust restriction. To clean the DPF, most manufacturers spray fuel into the exhaust and ignite it, which reduces your fuel economy even more.

If I had a Diesel truck, I would keep the SCR system to reduce NOx emissions, but the EGR systems and DPF will be eliminated.
I recently bought a new truck and swapped the engine out for a new C15 industrial engine. It worked well, but I was only getting 4 to 5 miles per gallon. After finding out about deleted trucks, I decided to delete the EGR system and DPF from the engine, even though I ultimately kept the SCR system. After the two deletes were done my fuel economy went up to 7 mpg.
by The_Anonymouse November 24, 2020
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verb- to throw away something unnecessarily
1. MOM!! Why did you delete the leftovers?!? I was gonna eat them!
2. Awww man! I wish i hadn't deleted that perfectly good couch.
by Bambie3223 October 28, 2010
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