obliteration

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Englisch - Türkisch
silme
yok etme
aşındırma
aşınma
yoketme
(Tıp) Vücuttaki boşlukların dolması yapışması veya tıkanması, obliterasyon
{i} bozma
(Biyoloji) obliterasyon
{i} tahrip etme
obliterate
{f} silmek

Leyla, Fadıl'ın ilk karısının anısını silmek istedi. - Layla wanted to obliterate the memory of Fadil's first wife.

obliterate
imha etmek
obliterate
silme

Leyla, Fadıl'ın ilk karısının anısını silmek istedi. - Layla wanted to obliterate the memory of Fadil's first wife.

obliterate
(Ticaret) geçersiz kılmak
obliterate
izini bırakmamak
obliterate
yok etmek
obliterate
yok et

Şok dalgası geldi ve her şeyi ve herkesi yok etti. - The shock wave came and obliterated everything and everyone.

Gece boyunca tavşanlar Tom'un bahçesini yok etmişti. - Overnight the rabbits had obliterated Tom's garden.

obliterate
{f} yoketmek
obliterate
tıkamak
obliterate
{f} tıkamak (damar)
obliterate
{f} bozmak
Englisch - Englisch
The total destruction of something
The cancellation, erasure or deletion of something
{n} the act of blotting any thing out
The act of obliterating, or the state of being obliterated; extinction
the complete destruction of every trace of something
{i} destruction; erasure; annihilation
the ability of an opaque overprint to hide completely the color underneath; also sometimes referred to as obliterating power
1) A cancellation intended solely to deface a stamp-also called a killer 2) An overprint intended to deface a portion of the design of a stamp, such as the face of a deposed ruler
destruction by annihilating something
A synergistic phenomenon of both particle silting and polar adhesion When water and silt particles co-exist in a fluid containing long-chain molecules, the tendency for valves to undergo obliteration increases
Obliteration of an existing road would involve; removal of all culverts, establishing permanent drainages and recontouring of the road surface
Returning the land occupied by a road or trail to production
obliterate
To remove completely, leaving no trace; to wipe out; to destroy
obliterate
to cause to disappear
obliterate
{v} to blot out, efface, rase, destroy
obliterate
remove completely from recognition or memory; "efface the memory of the time in the camps" do away with completely, without leaving a trace
obliterate
to obliterate ideas; to obliterate the monuments of antiquity
obliterate
{f} erase; destroy
obliterate
If something obliterates an object or place, it destroys it completely. Their warheads are enough to obliterate the world several times over + obliteration oblit·era·tion the obliteration of three isolated rainforests
obliterate
do away with completely, without leaving a trace
obliterate
To wear out; to remove or destroy utterly by any means; to render imperceptible; as
obliterate
To erase or blot out; to efface; to render undecipherable, as a writing
obliterate
reduced to nothingness
obliterate
If you obliterate something such as a memory, emotion, or thought, you remove it completely from your mind. There was time enough to obliterate memories of how things once were for him. = eradicate
obliterate
make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing; "a hidden message"; "a veiled threat"
obliterate
Scarcely distinct; applied to the markings of insects
obliterate
remove completely from recognition or memory; "efface the memory of the time in the camps"
obliterate
mark for deletion, rub off, or erase; "kill these lines in the President's speech"
obliteration

    Silbentrennung

    ob·lit·e·ra·tion

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ &-'bli-t&-"rAt, O- ] (transitive verb.) 1609. Latin oblitteratus, past participle of oblitterare, from ob- ob- + littera letter.

    Wort des Tages

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