Sinônimos de ruin
to destroy or spoil completelyRoads have been destroyed and crops ruined.
The building was completely destroyed.
A fire devastated large parts of the castle.
Vandals wrecked the garden.
Would they trash the place when the party was over?
He fell through the window, breaking the glass.
I broke my collar bone and totalled the bike.
He swore to defeat the plan.
The authorities were trying to smash a smuggling ring.
One massive assault would overwhelm the weakened enemy.
Something like that really shatters your confidence.
overturn, , ,
He accused his opponents of wanting to overturn the government.
The building is being demolished to make way for a motorway.
Dozens of villages have been razed.
lay in ruins,
wreak havoc upon,
bring to ruin,
bring to nothing,
kennet (Australian, slang),
to cause (someone) to lose moneyShe accused him of ruining her financially.
The move to the market nearly bankrupted the firm and its director.
The newspapers can make or break you.
A total cut-off of supplies would cripple the country's economy.
a society impoverished by wartime inflation
reduce to penury, ,
cause to go bankrupt
to destroy or spoil completelyThe original decor was all ruined during renovation.
It is important not to let mistakes spoil your life.
The strong winds damaged the fence.
The scar didn't mar his self-confidence, he rather liked it.
Oh you fool! Now you've really blown your chances!
Too much stress can injure your health.
Our hopes of a victory were undone by an error from the goalkeeper.
It's a silly idea, and he has botched it.
mangle, , , ,
There is almost no phrase so simple that he cannot mangle it.
make a mess of, ,
crool or cruel (Australian, slang)
loss of wealth or positionRecent inflation has driven them to the brink of ruin.
Many established firms were facing bankruptcy.
Many people in the region still live in absolute poverty.
Seven of the eight companies are on the brink of insolvency.
He was brought up in penury, without education.
attempts made to relieve destitution
the state of being destroyed or decayedThe vineyards were falling into ruin.
the state of being destroyed or decayedIt is the ruin of society.
the extensive destruction caused by the rioters
the fall of Rome
the irretrievable breakdown of his marriage
There have been many reports of minor damage to buildings.
The vote was seen as something of a defeat for the lobbyists.
The policy is doomed to failure.
He predicted correctly that there was going to be a stock market crash.
Their economy is teetering on the edge of collapse.
a broken man contemplating the wreck of his life
They were charged with plotting the overthrow of the state.
Rioters caused havoc in the centre of the town.
His lack of experience led to his downfall.
devastation, , , ,
A huge bomb blast brought devastation to the centre of the city.
See in ruins
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in the sense of blow
to use (an opportunity) ineffectivelyOh you fool! Now you've really blown your chances!
in the sense of botch
to spoil through clumsiness or ineptitudeIt's a silly idea, and he has botched it.
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