nugriauti, sugriauti, griauti, sunaikinti, išardyti, išgriauti, sutriuškinti, sušveisti, ardyti, suardyti
Verb(1) destroy completely(2) ruin or destroy(3) eat up completely, as with great appetite(4) defeat soundly and humiliatingly
(1) The battle for the runners-up spot saw Shepherds demolish Bishopthorpe, with Mick Willsden including a 101 finish for a superb 15-darter.(2) Back at the ranch Bobby Joe was cooking up a feast of chilly dogs and all the trimmings and on return the golfers proceeded to demolish the food.(3) People living in Semington have given their support to a campaign to keep the village post office open, despite a planning application to demolish the building that houses it.(4) For this tradition, it is Plato's positive claims that are interesting, not just his insistence on argument to demolish the claims of others and to enable one's own understanding of others' positions.(5) After all, Scottish football teams have constantly demonstrated their ability to demolish our dreams without external assistance.(6) Besides, we don't know whether or not Adam will start a rock band, demolish the debating team and edit the leftist student paper.(7) It's not my fault that nine times out of 10 they just won't let it lie and end up crying hysterically after I've been forced to demolish their argument, their character and their entire life choices.(8) Developers of the site have now applied for listed building consent to demolish the weaver's shed and build a new block containing 223 flats in its place.(9) The combination, with the support of a goalkeeper like Dong Sik Yo, can demolish any defence in contemporary hockey.(10) His left foot can demolish teams but there is much more to his game than kicking.(11) Church authorities decided to demolish the building because it was proving too costly to maintain.(12) So, you are duty bound to go over to his site finish all the free liquor and help to demolish the birthday cake.(13) There are plans to demolish the Cathedral College buildings and rebuild a Ôö¼├║15 million building with a performing arts centre which would open from September 2005.(14) The statistics are shocking - and they demolish any arguments put forward by the cynical pro-smoking lobby.(15) They must demolish an argument in court, and demonstrate to the audience - sorry, that should read ├ö├ç├┐jury├ö├ç├û - that they have done so.(16) (He used the figure to demolish one of the arguments against expansion).
(1) to demolish :: nugriauti
2. destroy ::
3. crush ::
4. pulverize ::
sutrinti į miltus
1. build ::
2. construct ::
3. erect ::
4. raise ::
5. rear ::
demolish, demolished, demolishes, demolishing
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Now you can DEMOLISH
your Soviet-style cyclotron...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 7
first you must DEMOLISH the old one.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 7
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