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Translation of "wreck" - English-Spanish dictionary

wreck

noun /rek/
a very badly damaged ship restos The divers found a wreck on the sea-bed. something in a very bad condition ruina, cacharro, restos an old wreck of a car I feel a wreck after staying up so late last night. the destruction of a ship at sea naufragio The wreck of the Royal George. wreckage /-kidʒ/ noun the remains of something wrecked restos After the accident, the wreckage (of the cars) was removed from the motorway.
(Definition of wreck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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