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English translation of 'destrozado'

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destrozado

adjective
1.  [cristal, cerámica] smashedshattered
quedó destrozado [traje, alfombra, zapato] it was ruined; [coche, jardín] it was wrecked
2. 
[persona]
(abatido) shattereddevastated
(cansado) (informal) knackered (Brit) (informal)pooped (esp US) (informal)shattered (informal)
[corazón] broken

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En París, dos películas y dos libros vomitan a Artaud, al hombre vivo y destrozado.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
En la acera del suceso, una tienda de prendas deportivas quedó totalmente destruida; partes del cuerpo destrozado del individuo quedaron en el interior del escaparate.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Finito de Córdoba por poco se mata tras dar varias vueltas de campana cerca de Sevilla, en un coche que quedó destrozado.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
No en vano es con las teles con lo primero que arramblan en las tiendas con el escaparate destrozado !
Rosa Ascón et al Geografía. Vol 3. Trabajo, producción y espacio industrial
Pero hoy todo eso que entonces vimos está derrumbado y destrozado , y nada queda en pie... BERNAL: No hubo una tierra comparable en todo el mundo.
Carlos Fuentes Ceremonias del alba
Pero hoy todo esto que entonces vivimos está derrumbado y destrozado , y nada queda en pie.
Carlos Fuentes Valiente mundo nuevo

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'destrozado' in Other Languages

British English: screwed up ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is screwed up, you mean that they are very confused or worried, or that they have psychological problems.
He was really screwed up with his emotional problems.
British English: shattered ADJECTIVE
If you are shattered by something, you are extremely shocked and upset about it.
It is desperately sad news and I am absolutely shattered to hear it.
  • American English: shattered
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrasado
  • Chinese: 严重受打击的
  • European Spanish: destrozado
  • French: bouleversé
  • German: erschüttert
  • Italian: sconvolto
  • Japanese: 落ち込んだ
  • Korean: 엄청난 충격을 받은
  • European Portuguese: arrasado
  • Latin American Spanish: destrozado

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Translation of destrozado from the Collins Spanish to English
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