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smash sth up

phrasal verb with smash uk   us   /smæʃ/ verb
to damage something in a violent way: In the 60s he was famous for taking drugs and smashing up hotel rooms.
Translations of “smash sth up”
in Chinese (Traditional) 搗毀,砸碎…
in Russian разрушать, ломать что-либо…
in Turkish parça parça etmek, yok etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 捣毁,砸碎…
in Polish zdemolować coś…
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