quash
[kwɔʃ]

verb transitive

[Definition]: crush, make void of

[Example Phrases]:
• quash any attempt to
• quash frivolous lawsuits by
• quash any attempt
• quash perceived threats
• quash frivolous lawsuits
• to quash the deposition
• quash a court order

[Example Sentences]:
1. The legislation aims to quash frivolous lawsuits by creating new requirements plaintiffs must meet to file patent infringement lawsuits
2. In other words, trust the Singapore government not to use the new regulation as a way to quash its critics and stifle Internet freedom
3. The shim does not quash the bug, but instead makes the browser immune to the attacks Microsoft has seen in the wild so far
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