wreck

listen to the pronunciation of wreck
Englisch - Türkisch
enkaz

Bir hostes enkazdan kurtarıldı. - A stewardess was saved from the wreckage.

O, Titanik'in enkazını tanıttı. - He identified the wreck of the Titanic.

gemi enkazı
{i} harabe

Kasırgadan sonra, evleri bir harabeydi. - After the hurricane, their house was a wreck.

Sen tam bir harabesin. - You're a total wreck.

{i} yıkıntı
(deyim) içine etmek
yıkmak
kundaklamak
hurda
kazaya uğratmak
enkaz haline gelmiş şey
enkaz (gemi)
parçalamak
mahvolma
suya düşürmek
virane
yok olma
mahvolmuş kimse
yok etmek
enkaz haline getirmek
{f} zarar ver

Sürekli oyunlar oynarsan görme yeteneğine zarar vereceksin. - You're going to wreck your eyesight if you play games all the time.

mahvolmasına neden olmak
mahvolmuş şey
suya düşme
mahvetmek
dalgaların kıyıya attığı enkaz ve mallar
kazazede gemi
{f} kaza yaptırmak
harap olmuş kimse
{f} bozmak
{i} harap olma
{i} kazaya uğrama
gemiyi karaya oturtmak veya kazaya uğratmak
(Askeri) Harap etmek, enkaz haline getirmek
{f} karaya oturtmak
{i} kaza

Tren kazasında yüz kişi yaralandı. - A hundred people were hurt in a train wreck.

Az önce bir trafik kazasında arabamı mahvettim. - I just wrecked my car in a traffic accident.

haraplık
{i} yıkılma
{i} trafik kazası

Az önce bir trafik kazasında arabamı mahvettim. - I just wrecked my car in a traffic accident.

{f} rezil etmek
{f} hasara uğratmak
{f} 1. kaza geçirmek; kazaya
{f} haşat etmek
{f} baltalamak
kazaya
{f} kaza yapmak
{i} gemi kazası
harabiyet
kaza geçirmek
zarar vermek
imha etmek
berbat etmek
harabi
wreck diver
Gemi enkazı için dalan dalgıç
wreck diving
batık dalış
wreck buoy
(Denizbilim) batık şamandırası
wreck one's affairs
çarkına etmek
wreck removal
(Ticaret) enkaz kaldırma
wrecked
{s} harap olmuş

Araban bütünüyle harap olmuş. - Your car's totally wrecked.

wrecked
kaza yapmış
wrecked
zarar görmüş
wrecked
yıkılmak
wrecked
kazazede
wrecking
zarar verme
wrecking
sökme
wrecking
yıkıcılık
card wreck
kart sıkışması
wrecked
{f} zarar ver
wrecking
{f} zarar ver
wrecking
{i} enkaz
car wreck
araba kazası
nervous wreck
sınır batık
wrecked
harap edilmiş
wrecking
zarar vererek
be a nervous wreck
{k} sinirleri bozulmuş olmak
be a physical wreck
sağlığı bozulmuş olmak
dangerous wreck
(Askeri) tehlikeli gemi enkazı
dangerous wreck
(Askeri) tehlikeli batık
have a wreck
trafik kazası geçirmek
ship wreck
(Askeri) gemi hurdası
sunken wreck
(Askeri) batık enkaz
sunken wreck
(Askeri) batık leş
wrecked
{s} mahvolmuş
wrecked
{s} karaya oturmuş
wrecked
{s} bozulmuş
wrecked
zarar ver
wrecking
tamir
wrecking
enkaz
wrecking
kurtarma
wrecking
yıkım
wrecking
yardıma gelen
wrecks
harabe
wrecks
virane
wrecks
yıkıntı
Englisch - Englisch
An event in which something is damaged through collision
To cause severe damage to something, to a point where it no longer works, or is useless

Usage: A collision is often implied as the cause of the damage - He wrecked the car.

To ruin or dilapidate
To dismantle wrecked vehicles or other objects, to reclaim any useful parts. (Australia)
Something or someone that has been ruined
The remains of something that has been severely damaged or worn down
{n} a shipwreck, ruin, loss, goods wrecked
{v} to suffer wreck or loss, destroy, ruin
Destruction or injury of anything, especially by violence; ruin; as, the wreck of a railroad train
See 2d & 3d Wreak
which, after a shipwreck, are cast upon the land by the sea
A wreck is an accident in which a moving vehicle hits something and is damaged or destroyed. He was killed in a car wreck
{i} destruction; ruins, debris, remains; junk; nervous person; sunken ship; debris washed ashore
To bring wreck or ruin upon by any kind of violence; to destroy, as a railroad train
a ship that has been destroyed at sea
A wreck is something such as a ship, car, plane, or building which has been destroyed, usually in an accident. the wreck of a sailing ship The car was a total wreck We thought of buying the house as a wreck, doing it up, then selling it
a ship that has been destroyed at sea something or someone that has suffered ruin or dilapidation; "the house was a wreck when they bought it"; "thanks to that quack I am a human wreck
To involve in a wreck; hence, to cause to suffer ruin; to balk of success, and bring disaster on
To work upon a wreck, as in saving property or lives, or in plundering
The ruins of a ship stranded; a ship dashed against rocks or land, and broken, or otherwise rendered useless, by violence and fracture; as, they burned the wreck
Goods, etc
To wreck something means to completely destroy or ruin it. A coalition could have defeated the government and wrecked the treaty His life has been wrecked by the tragedy. missed promotions, lost jobs, wrecked marriages
a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles); "they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane"
{f} ruin, destroy; devastate; shatter (e.g. one's hopes); be destroyed; be sunken (e.g. of a ship)
The destruction or injury of a vessel by being cast on shore, or on rocks, or by being disabled or sunk by the force of winds or waves; shipwreck
To destroy, disable, or seriously damage, as a vessel, by driving it against the shore or on rocks, by causing it to become unseaworthy, to founder, or the like; to shipwreck
If a ship is wrecked, it is damaged so much that it sinks or can no longer sail. The ship was wrecked by an explosion. a wrecked cargo ship
To suffer wreck or ruin
smash or break forcefully; "The kid busted up the car"
If you say that someone is a wreck, you mean that they are very exhausted or unhealthy. You look a wreck see also nervous wreck
an accident that destroys a ship at sea
something or someone that has suffered ruin or dilapidation; "the house was a wreck when they bought it"; "thanks to that quack I am a human wreck"
The remain of anything ruined or fatally injured
wreck of the Hesperus
Used to describe the appearance of an untidy or bedraggled person

She looked like the wreck of the Hesperus when she got caught in the rain.

wreck shop
To make a mess

Dave got wasted drunk and wrecked shop, which is why he's not invited tonight.

wreck shop
To "go to town", to do something with vigor, very enthusiastically

Steve was just wrecking shop on the track, no one could touch him.

wreck yard
the location of a dismantling business where wrecked or decommissioned vehicles are brought, their usable parts are sold for use in operating vehicles, while the unusable metal parts, known as scrap metal parts, are sold to metal-recycling companies
wreck diving
Wreck diving is a type of recreational diving where shipwrecks are explored
train wreck
The aftermath of a train crash
train wreck
A disaster, especially one which is large in scale and readily seen by public observers

Your personal life has been, and is, a train wreck..

train wreck
(Music) The point at which many or all musicians in an orchestra fall into unrecoverable discord while playing a piece, usually caused by an incorrect note, missed beat, or poor conducting

There was a train wreck when the timpanist struck the kettledrum slightly too soon and everyone lost their place.

train-wreck
Alternative form of train wreck

Harmon, the fireman lodger, passing through the kitchen on his way out to work, had paused to tell Saxon about the previous day's train-wreck in the Alviso marshes, and of how the engineer, imprisoned under the overturned engine and unhurt, being drowned by the rising tide, had begged to be shot.

wrecked
destroyed in an accident etc
wrecked
Simple past tense and past participle of wreck
nervous wreck
If you say that someone is a nervous wreck, you mean that they are extremely nervous or worried about something. She was a nervous wreck, crying when anyone asked her about her experience
ship wreck
See: shipwreck
To wreck
bewreck
To wreck
wrack
car wreck
destroyed car, auto which is heavily damaged
nervous wreck
emotionally tense, restless, fearful
wrecked
destroyed in an accident; "a wrecked ship"; "a highway full of wrecked cars"
wrecked
destroyed in an accident; "a wrecked ship"; "a highway full of wrecked cars
wrecked
past participle of wreck
wrecked
drunk
wrecked
{s} ruined, destroyed; devastated; shattered (e.g. one's hopes); sunken (e.g. of a ship); stranded, beached
wrecked
Drunk or intoxicated
wrecking
destruction achieved by wrecking something
wrecking
{i} work of a wrecker; occurrence of a structure being totally demolished; destruction obtained by destroying something
wrecking
present participle of wreck
wrecking
the event of a structure being completely demolished and leveled
wrecking
from Wreck, v
wrecking
{s} used for wrecking
wrecks
plural of wreck
wrecks
third-person singular of wreck
wreck
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