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devastate

devastate
transitive verb
1. (to destroy) 
a. devastar 
Large areas of Brazil are being devastated by indiscriminate logging.La tala indiscriminada de árboles está devastando grandes extensiones del territorio brasileño.
b. asolar 
The earthquake devastated the city center.El terremoto asoló el centro de la ciudad.
2. (to overwhelm) 
a. aplastar 
They devastated us in that inter-college debate.Nos aplastaron en ese debate interuniversitario.
b. arrollar 
England devastated Australia in the third test match.Inglaterra arrolló a Australia en el tercer partido internacional.
3. (to cause grief or shock) 
a. desolar 
The news of his death left his family devastated.La noticia de su muerte dejó a su familia desolado.
b. destrozar 
When the doctor told him it was cancer, he was devastated.Cuando el doctor le dijo que era cáncer, quedó destrozado.
devastate
transitive verb
1. (crops, village) 
a. devastar 
2. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
I was devastated by the newsla noticia me dejó consternado or desolado
devastate [ˈdevəsteɪt]
transitive verb
(destroy) [+place] devastar; asolar; [+opponent, opposition] aplastar; arrollar; (overwhelm) [+person] dejar desolado; dejar destrozado
we were simply devastated estábamos verdaderamente desolados or destrozados
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