Synonyms for wreck
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To cause severe damage to something, to a point where it no longer works, or is useless.
(Usage: A collision is often implied as the cause of the damage - He wrecked the car)
To ruin or dilapidate.
An event in which something is damaged through collision.
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something or someone that has suffered ruin or dilapidation
"the house was a wreck when they bought it"; "thanks to that quack I am a human wreck"
an accident that destroys a ship at sea
a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)
"they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane"
a ship that has been destroyed at sea
bust up, wreck, wrackverb
smash or break forcefully
"The kid busted up the car"
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Much of the story of this last administration and the next couple of months is a disdain for the workings of government, it's almost as if it's a determination that they want to wreck government and make it as hard as possible for government to do its job. The problem is that leaves a lot of people dead, as we've seen with the virus.
When she said it, I kind of looked at her funny. I didn't feel any different. I didn't claim PTSD, but if you ask my wife, I was a train wreck for eight months.
Lisa Niziolek explained. In addition to ceramics, the ship was also carrying elephant tusks, possibly for use in medicine or art. Sweet-smelling resin, which could have been used for incense or for caulking ships, was also found. Previous carbon dating of the tusks and resin had dated the wreck to between 700 and 750 years ago. However, improved carbon dating techniques tell a different story. PIRATE MYSTERY : DOES THIS 300-YEAR-OLD BONE BELONG TO' BLACK SAM' BELLAMY ? When we got the results back and learned that the resin and tusk samples were older than previously thought, we were excited, we had suspected that based on inscriptions on the ceramics and conversations with colleagues in China and Japan, and it was great to have all these different types of data coming together to support it.
Mentally and emotionally, I've been a freaking wreck, if I get two more I lose my livelihood. I've already told my community that if I receive one more strike then I'm gon na have to move forward and nuke basically everything.
This is an absolute train wreck.
Translations for wreck
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- ruïnaCatalan, Valencian
- Zusammenstoß, Schrotthaufen, Wrack, Schrottkiste, SchrottGerman
- destruir, arruinar, choque, cacharro, trasto, ruinaSpanish
- ihmisraunio, romu, yhteentörmäys, törmäys, särkeä, raato, tuhota, jäännös, kolari, romuttaa, hylky, raunioFinnish
- ruiner, carcasse, accident, épave, bousillerFrench
- rombol, karambol, roncsHungarian
- carcassa, carretta, relitto, collisioneItalian
- 敗残, 破壊, めちゃめちゃ, ばらす, 荒廃, 打ち壊す, 解体, 残骸, 衝突Japanese
- botsing, verwoesten, ontmantelen, beschadigen, ruïnerenDutch
- destroço, choquePortuguese
- sammanstötning, vrak, fördärvaSwedish
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