ravaging

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} tahrip et
{i} tahrip etme
ravage
yıkmak
ravage
yıkıcı etki
ravage
yıkım
ravage
tahrip etkisi
ravage
zarar

Kırsal alana zarar verdiler, yollarında her şeyi bozuyorlardı.. - They ravaged the countryside, obliterating everything in their path.

ravage
yağmalamak
ravage
kasıp kavurmak
ravage
tahrip

Şehir bir hortum tarafından tahrip edildi. - The city was ravaged by a tornado.

ravage
hasar
ravage
mahvetmek
ravage
{f} harap et

Seller Almanya'nın bir kısmını harap etti. - Floods have ravaged parts of Germany.

ravage
{f} yakıp yıkmak, kasıp kavurmak, harap etmek
ravage
kırıp geçirmek
ravage
soymak
ravage
harap etmek
ravage
harap etme
ravage
yağmala/mahvet
ravage
tahrip etmek
ravage
harabiyet
Englisch - Englisch
ruinously destructive and wasting; "a ravaging illness"
plundering with excessive damage and destruction
plundering with excessive damage and destruction ruinously destructive and wasting; "a ravaging illness
present participle of ravage
ravage
Grievous damage or havoc
ravage
To pillage or sack something, to lay waste to something
ravage
to lay waste by pillage, rapine, devouring, or other destructive methods
ravage
{f} rob, plunder, pillage; destroy, ruin, demolish
ravage
{v} to spoil, pillage, plunder, lay waste
ravage
{n} spoil, plunder, waste, ruin, havoc
ravage
make a pillaging or destructive raid on (a place), as in wartimes
ravage
(usually plural) a destructive action; "the ravages of time"; "the depradations of age and disease
ravage
(usually plural) a destructive action; "the ravages of time"; "the depradations of age and disease"
ravage
Desolation by violence; violent ruin or destruction; devastation; havoc; waste; as, the ravage of a lion; the ravages of fire or tempest; the ravages of an army, or of time
ravage
To devastate or destroy something
ravage
Depredation or devastation
ravage
A town, country, or economy that has been ravaged is one that has been damaged so much that it is almost completely destroyed. For two decades the country has been ravaged by civil war and foreign intervention. Nicaragua's ravaged economy. to damage something very badly (ravager, from ravage , from ravir; RAVISH)
ravage
To lay waste by force; to desolate by violence; to commit havoc or devastation upon; to spoil; to plunder; to consume
ravage
{i} destruction, ruin, devastation
ravage
To wreak destruction
ravage
devastate or ravage; "The enemy lay waste to the countryside after the invasion"
ravaging
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