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

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

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
1 (Meteorología) to clear
2 (triunfar) to triumph; achieve a great success; (Política) etc to sweep the board
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)


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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