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Translation of "shatter" - English-Spanish dictionary

shatter

verb   /ˈʃæt·ər/
to break something or be broken into very small pieces hacer(se) añicos The windscreen shattered.
(Definition of shatter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shatter

verb /ˈʃӕtə/
to break in small pieces, usually suddenly or forcefully romper en pedazos/añicos The stone shattered the window The window shattered.
to upset greatly hacer polvo She was shattered by the news of his death.
shattered adjective
hecho polvo, trastornado
(Definition of shatter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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