|Origin:||removoir, from Latin removere, from movere 'to move'|
re‧move1 S2 W1 [transitive]
to take something away from, out of, or off the place where it is:
Remove the old wallpaper and fill any holes in the walls.
remove something from something
Reference books may not be removed from the library.
to get rid of something so that it does not exist any longer:
get rid of
a cleaner that will remove wine stains
The college removed rules that prevented women from enrolling.
to force someone out of an important position or dismiss them from a job
from a job
remove somebody from something
Congress could remove the President from office.
to take off a piece of clothing:
He removed his hat and gloves.
to be very different from something:
The events in the newspaper article were far removed from reality.
the child, grandchild etc of your cousin, or your cousin's father, grandfather etc