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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Punishment; retribution, revenge
To inflict or take vengeance on

Kill the foul thief, and wreak me for my son.

To cause, inflict or let out, especially if causing harm or injury

She wreaked her anger on his car.

to inflict, as a revenge or punishment
{v} to revenge, to execute
{n} revenge, fury
If you wreak revenge or vengeance on someone, you do something that will harm them very much to punish them for the harm they have done to you. He threatened to wreak vengeance on the men who toppled him a year ago. see also wrought
cause to happen or to occur as a consequence; "I cannot work a miracle"; "wreak havoc"; "bring comments"; "play a joke"; "The rain brought relief to the drought-stricken area"
To revenge; to avenge
The form wrought can also be used as the past participle
{f} inflict (wreak havoc); give expression to; carry out, perform
To execute in vengeance or passion; to inflict; to hurl or drive; as, to wreak vengeance on an enemy
To reck; to care
Something or someone that wreaks havoc or destruction causes a great amount of disorder or damage. Violent storms wreaked havoc on the French Riviera, leaving three people dead and dozens injured
Revenge; vengeance; furious passion; resentment
To cause, inflict or let out
wreak havoc
To cause damage, disruption, or destruction

The storm wreaked havoc on his garden.

wreak havoc
Damage, destroy, lay waste, trash the place. "If the workers get mad, they'll wreak havoc in the warehouse. They'll wreck the place."
wreak one's anger
pour out one's anger, release one's fury
Simple past tense and past participle of work
past of wreak
present participle of wreak
third-person singular of wreak
Describes material which has been plastically deformed into shape as by mill rolling Yield Strength ‑Maximum stress that can be applied without permanent deformation of material YMODEM ‑A protocol for transferring drawings electronic files
Having been worked or prepared somehow
shaped to fit by or as if by altering the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort); "a shaped handgrip"; "the molded steel plates"; "the wrought silver bracelet"
(verb) worked; accomplished; commpleted; shaped
past of work
of Work
shaped by beating or hammering, often for decorative effect
1. If something has wrought a change, it has made it happen. Events in Paris wrought a change in British opinion towards France and Germany. see also wreak. the past tense and past participle of wreak
{s} processed; forged; shaped; molten; cast (e.g. iron)
Worked; elaborated; not rough or crude
Describes material which has been plastically deformed into shape as by mill rolling