mid-15c., "repulsion;" 1540s, "utter destruction, eradication," from Middle French extermination and directly from Latin exterminationem (nominative exterminatio) "ejection, banishment," noun of action from past participle stem of exterminare (see exterminate).
1. All door and window is sealed for the extermination of mosquito.
2. In doing so they were saved from extermination.
3. Children of fourteen were considered " independent " for purposes of transport to the extermination camps.
为了把犹太人运往灭绝集中营,14岁的儿童就被视做 “ 独立 ” 的人.
4. He will have to perform a tough game, extermination opponents hope.
5. After the extermination of the Jedi ranks, lightsabers became rare relics.