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Translation of "devastate" - English-Spanish dictionary

devastate

verb   /ˈdev·ə·steɪt/
to destroy or damage something very badly destrozar The hurricane devastated the city.
to make someone feel very shocked and upset destrozar She was devastated by the death of her father.
devastating adjective /ˈdev·ə·steɪ·tɪŋ/
devastador The war had a devastating effect on the country.
(Definition of devastate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

devastate

verb /ˈdevəsteit/
to leave in ruins devastar The fire devastated the whole building.
to overwhelm (a person) with grief dejar desolado She was devastated by the terrible news.
devastating adjective
overwhelming devastador, abrumador a devastating flood The news of the accident was devastating.
(Definition of devastate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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