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English translation of 'demoler'

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demoler

Verb Table transitive verb
[edificio] to demolishpull down
[argumento, teoría] to demolish

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Example Sentences Including 'demoler'

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Antonio Pérez apuntaba al error de no haber obedecido la orden de demoler las fortificaciones.
Arturo Uslar Pietri La visita en el tiempo
Aquí ni siquiera hemos emprendido la fase primera: ésa de entrar a saco y demoler lo podrido.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Demoler estas estructuras equivaldría a demoler los edificios santos de La Meca ".
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
El corte al tráfico se realizará en el punto kilométrico 17,700 para poder demoler la estructura actual que permite la salida de la carretera hacia la de El Escorial (M-505).
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
El diario La Vanguardia hablaba de un proyecto para desalojar, demoler y construir un nuevo recinto, con un coste aproximado de 500 millones de pesetas.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Los últimos escándalos del espionaje en el país vasco-francés, han acabado por demoler a Herbette.
Manuel Azaña Memorias políticas y de guerra. Vol 2
Recordé que habían empezado a demoler el mercado viejo y resolví ir a mirar el estado de mi taller, ver qué cosas merecían y podían ser rescatadas.
Juan Carlos Onetti Dejemos hablar al viento

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'demoler' 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: 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
British English: bulldoze VERB
If people bulldoze something such as a building, they knock it down using a bulldozer.
She defeated developers who wanted to bulldoze her home to build a supermarket.
  • American English: bulldoze
  • Brazilian Portuguese: demolir
  • Chinese: > 推倒用推土机
  • European Spanish: demoler
  • French: passer au bulldozer
  • German: mit Bulldozern abreißen
  • Italian: distruggere con bulldozer
  • Japanese: ブルドーザーで解体する
  • Korean: 불도저로 밀다
  • European Portuguese: demolir
  • Spanish: demoler

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