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obliterate

verb   /əˈblɪt.ər.eɪt/
to remove all signs of something, either by destroying it or by covering it so that it cannot be seen borrar, arrasar The missile strike was devastating – the target was totally obliterated. All of a sudden the view was obliterated by the fog.19741260
to make an idea or feeling disappear completely “obliterar Maybe she gets drunk to obliterate painful memories.1119
obliteration noun [no plural]   /əˌblɪt.ərˈeɪ.ʃən/
(Definition of obliterate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

obliterate

verb /əˈblitəreit/
to destroy completely destruir, arrasar The town was obliterated by the bombs.
to cover, to prevent from being visible borrar, obliterar The sandstorm obliterated his footprints.
(Definition of obliterate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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