bulldozed

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bulldoze
To destroy with a bulldozer

He's certainly very chirpy for a man whose house has just been bulldozed down.

bulldoze
to shoot down an idea immediately and forcefully

That's a good suggestion but you just bulldozed it.

bulldoze
to push someone over by heading straight over them. Often used in conjunction with "over"

He just ran across the field bulldozing everyone over.

bulldoze
If people bulldoze earth, stone, or other heavy material, they move it using a bulldozer. Last week, the department's road builders began to bulldoze a water meadow on Twyford Down
bulldoze
If people bulldoze something such as a building, they knock it down using a bulldozer. She defeated developers who wanted to bulldoze her home to build a supermarket
bulldoze
{f} level with a bulldozer; push, force through ruthlessly; intimidate
bulldoze
disapproval If someone bulldozes a plan through or bulldozes another person into doing something, they get what they want in an unpleasantly forceful way. The party in power planned to bulldoze through a full socialist programme The coalition bulldozed the resolution through the plenary session My parents tried to bulldoze me into going to college
bulldoze
To intimidate; to restrain or coerce by intimidation or violence; used originally of the intimidation of negro voters, in Louisiana
bulldoze
flatten with or as if with a bulldozer
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