Inglese - Spagnolo

spagnolo Traduzione di wreck



[rek ]
1.  (destruction)
[of ship] naufragio m
(figurative) [of hopes, plans] fracaso mfrustración f
2.  (wrecked ship) restos mpl de un naufragiobuque m hundido
3.  (informal)
(old car) tartana (inf) f
(old boat, plane) cacharro (inf) m
that car is a wreck! ¡ese coche es una tartana! (inf)
the car was a complete wreck el coche estaba hecho polvo (inf)
4.  (informal) (person)
I’m a wreck, I feel a wreck estoy hecho polvo (inf)
he’s an old wreck es un carcamal (inf)
she’s a nervous wreck tiene los nervios destrozados
she looks a wreck está hecha una pena (inf)
verbo transitivo
1.  (Nautical)
[ship] hundirhacer naufragar
to be wrecked naufragar
the ship was wrecked on those rocks el buque naufragó en aquellas rocas
2.  (break)
estropeardestrozardestruirhacer pedazos
the explosion wrecked the whole house la explosión destruyó toda la casa
he wrecked his dad’s car dejó el coche de su padre destrozado
3.  (ruin)
[health, happiness] arruinarhundir
[marriage] destrozar
it wrecked my life me arruinó la vida
the bad weather wrecked our plans el mal tiempo echó por tierra nuestros planes

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Cast your mind back to 2010. The banking crash had wrecked the economy.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
It will wreck his life.
The Sun (2017)
The men decide to hide the money until the plane wreck is discovered with the spring thaw.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The sordid affair had wrecked my life for too long.
The Sun (2011)
These tapes wreck relationships, cause family problems and all sorts of stress.
The Sun (2012)
We are not out to destroy them and wreck their careers.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We are talking about a disease that destroys a life and wrecks those around it.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We ran a figure of eight around the camp, past mountains and a plane wreck.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The vessel was wrecked the next morning.
Jerome K. Jerome Three Men in a Boat (1889)
At times it was a comedy of errors from a home backline which looked a nervous wreck.
The Sun (2017)
He just said it had wrecked his life.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I was just a complete emotional wreck.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
All you see is wrecked buildings.
The Sun (2014)
Beam trawling and scallop dredging wreck the sea bed, rob it of breeding grounds and weed and leave it covered in sea urchins.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But the next day he comes and the knee is completely wrecked.
The Sun (2007)
He also worked as an insurance claims assessor on car wrecks and had car body repair at a local college.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He looks a bit wrecked now.
The Sun (2016)
I'm scared he'll wreck my life.
The Sun (2016)
The car was a complete wreck.
The Sun (2012)
The house was a complete wreck - which was exactly what he was looking for.
Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The last Government wrecked the economy and the present one has had a lot of work to do.
The Sun (2014)
The referees and their assistants look like nervous wrecks before the match.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Three police cars were wrecked and cops reported offences of vandalism, graffiti and looting.
The Sun (2016)
Usually it's made from tin and there are a few wrecked cars in the yard.
The Sun (2016)
What a shame it has been completely wrecked.
The Sun (2009)
What was left of the wrecked house was ablaze.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Witnesses said the pair were left badly shaken by the crash, which wrecked the passenger side doors of their family saloon.
The Sun (2015)
They knighted the man who wrecked the financial sector.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We stopped only long enough to inspect a clinic wrecked by government forces during their own retreat last weekend.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)

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wreck in altre lingue

Inglese britannico: wreck /rɛk/ NOUN
A wreck is something such as ship, car, plane, or building which has been destroyed, usually in an accident.
...the wreck of a sailing ship.
  • Inglese americano: wreck destroyed vehicle/building
  • Arabo: خَرَاب
  • Portoghese brasiliano: destroço
  • Cinese: 残骸
  • Croato: olupina
  • Ceco: vrak
  • Danese: vrag
  • Olandese: wrak
  • Spagnolo europeo: ruinas
  • Finlandese: romu
  • Francese: épave
  • Tedesco: Wrack
  • Greco: ερείπιο
  • Italiano: rottame
  • Giapponese: 大破
  • Coreano: 파손
  • Norvegese: vrak
  • Polacco: wrak
  • Portoghese Europeo: destroço
  • Romeno: ruină
  • Russo: катастрофа
  • Spagnolo: ruinas
  • Svedese: vrak
  • Thailandese: สิ่งที่ถูกทำลายอย่างเสียหายยับเยิน
  • Turco: enkaz
  • Ucraino: руїна
  • Vietnamita: tàu xe bị hỏng
Inglese britannico: wreck /rɛk/ VERB
To wreck something means to completely destroy or ruin it.
Twenty-one people were injured and 50 houses wrecked.
  • Inglese americano: wreck
  • Arabo: يُحَطِّمُ
  • Portoghese brasiliano: destruir
  • Cinese: 拆毁
  • Croato: uništiti
  • Ceco: zdemolovat
  • Danese: ødelægge
  • Olandese: verwoesten
  • Spagnolo europeo: demoler
  • Finlandese: romuttaa
  • Francese: dévaster
  • Tedesco: zerstören
  • Greco: τορπιλίζω
  • Italiano: demolire
  • Giapponese: 大破する
  • Coreano: 파괴하다
  • Norvegese: vrake
  • Polacco: zdewastować
  • Portoghese Europeo: destruir
  • Romeno: a avaria
  • Russo: терпеть катастрофу
  • Spagnolo: demoler
  • Svedese: förstöra
  • Thailandese: ทำให้เสียหายยับเยิน
  • Turco: berbat etmek
  • Ucraino: руйнувати
  • Vietnamita: làm hỏng


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