"arrasar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

arrasar
transitive verb
1. to destroy, to devastate
intransitive verb
2. (informal) (triunfar)
  • el equipo brasileño arrasó en la primera fase -> the Brazilian team swept everything before it in the first stage
  • esa película arrasó en toda Europa -> the film was a massive success throughout Europe

arrasar [ar-rah-sar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To level, to make even, to smooth the surface of a thing.
2. To destroy, to raze, to demolish.
3. To obliterate.
  • Arrasar un bajel -> (Naut.) to cut down a vesel, to cut away part of her dead works
verb neuter & verb reflexive
4. To clear up, to grow fine (tiempo). (n)
5. To fill with tears (ojos). (n)
  • Arrasarse los ojos de lágrimas -> to weep bitterly

arrasar
verbo:transitivo
1 (nivelar) to level; [+edificio] to demolish; (esp en guerra) to raze to the ground; [+ciclón, terremoto] to devastate
2 (colmar) to fill to the brim
verbo:intransitivo
1 (Meteorología) to clear
2 (triunfar) to triumph; achieve a great success; (Política) etc to sweep the board
verbo:pronominal
arrasarse (Meteorología) to clear
se le arrasaron los ojos de o en lágrimas her eyes filled with tears

Verb Conjugations for "arrasar" (go to to devastate, to destroy)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo arraso arrasé arrasaba arrasaría arrasaré
arrasas arrasaste arrasabas arrasarías arrasarás
él/ella/Ud. arrasa arrasó arrasaba arrasaría arrasará
nosotros arrasamos arrasamos arrasábamos arrasaríamos arrasaremos
vosotros arrasáis arrasasteis arrasabais arrasaríais arrasaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. arrasan arrasaron arrasaban arrasarían arrasarán
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