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English translation of 'demolire'

demolire

(demoˈlire)

transitive verb

    1. (casa, oggetto, teoria) to demolish
    2. (persona, criticare) to tear to pieces

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'demolire' in Other Languages

British English: demolish /dɪˈmɒlɪʃ/ VERB
When a building is demolished, it is knocked down, often because it is old or dangerous.
The storm demolished many buildings.
  • American English: demolish
  • Arabic: يَهْدِمُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: demolir
  • Chinese: 拆毁
  • Croatian: srušiti
  • Czech: zbořit
  • Danish: nedrive
  • Dutch: slopen
  • European Spanish: demoler
  • Finnish: purkaa romuttaa
  • French: démolir
  • German: abreißen Gebäude
  • Greek: κατεδαφίζω
  • Italian: demolire
  • Japanese: 取り壊す
  • Korean: 부수다
  • Norwegian: rasere
  • Polish: zburzyć
  • European Portuguese: demolir
  • Romanian: a demola
  • Russian: разрушать
  • Spanish: demoler
  • Swedish: förstöra
  • Thai: รื้อถอน
  • Turkish: yıkmak
  • Ukrainian: зносити
  • Vietnamese: phá hủy
British English: pull down /pʊl daʊn/ VERB
To pull down a building or statue means to deliberately destroy it.
They pulled the offices down, leaving a large open space.
  • American English: pull down
  • Arabic: يَهْدِمُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: demolir
  • Chinese: 摧毁
  • Croatian: srušiti
  • Czech: zbourat
  • Danish: rive ned
  • Dutch: slopen
  • European Spanish: tirar abajo
  • Finnish: purkaa
  • French: démolir
  • German: herunterziehen
  • Greek: ρίχνω γκρεμίζω
  • Italian: demolire
  • Japanese: 取り壊す
  • Korean: 헐다
  • Norwegian: rive rasere
  • Polish: rozebrać
  • European Portuguese: demolir
  • Romanian: a dărâma
  • Russian: сносить
  • Spanish: tirar abajo
  • Swedish: dra ner
  • Thai: ทำลาย
  • Turkish: yıkmak
  • Ukrainian: зносити
  • Vietnamese: kéo đổ
British English: scrap /skræp/ VERB
If you scrap something, you get rid of it or cancel it.
These plans were scrapped late last night.
  • American English: scrap
  • Arabic: يُلْغي
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cancelar
  • Chinese: 废弃
  • Croatian: otkazati
  • Czech: vyřadit do odpadu
  • Danish: skrotte
  • Dutch: annuleren
  • European Spanish: desguazar
  • Finnish: heittää roskiin
  • French: jeter poubelle
  • German: verschrotten
  • Greek: αχρηστεύω
  • Italian: demolire
  • Japanese: 廃棄する
  • Korean: 폐기하다
  • Norwegian: skrote
  • Polish: przeznaczyć na złom
  • European Portuguese: cancelar
  • Romanian: a da la gunoi
  • Russian: выбрасывать
  • Spanish: desguazar
  • Swedish: gräla
  • Thai: ยกเลิก
  • Turkish: atmak
  • Ukrainian: викидати через непридатність
  • Vietnamese: hủy bỏ
British English: wreck /rɛk/ VERB
To wreck something means to completely destroy or ruin it.
Twenty-one people were injured and 50 houses wrecked.
  • American English: wreck
  • Arabic: يُحَطِّمُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: destruir
  • Chinese: 拆毁
  • Croatian: uništiti
  • Czech: zdemolovat
  • Danish: ødelægge
  • Dutch: verwoesten
  • European Spanish: demoler
  • Finnish: romuttaa
  • French: dévaster
  • German: zerstören
  • Greek: τορπιλίζω
  • Italian: demolire
  • Japanese: 大破する
  • Korean: 파괴하다
  • Norwegian: vrake
  • Polish: zdewastować
  • European Portuguese: destruir
  • Romanian: a avaria
  • Russian: терпеть катастрофу
  • Spanish: demoler
  • Swedish: förstöra
  • Thai: ทำให้เสียหายยับเยิน
  • Turkish: berbat etmek
  • Ukrainian: руйнувати
  • Vietnamese: làm hỏng

Source

Translation of demolire from the Collins Italian to English
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