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  1. wreck

    • IPA[rɛk]

    英式

    • n.
      the destruction of a ship at sea; a shipwreck;a ship destroyed at sea
    • v.
      destroy or severely damage (a structure, vehicle, or similar);spoil completely
    • verb: wreck, 3rd person present: wrecks, gerund or present participle: wrecking, past tense: wrecked, past participle: wrecked

    • noun: wreck, plural noun: wrecks

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    • adj.
      having been wrecked: an old wrecked barge a wrecked marriage

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      having been wrecked: an old wrecked barge lay upside down a wrecked marriage

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a collision or other accident involving a train: a relative was killed in the Humber river train wreck

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    • n.
      a collision or other accident involving a train: a relative was killed in the Humber river train wreck

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    • n.
      a person suffering from stress or emotional exhaustion: by the end of the day I was a nervous wreck

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    • n.
      a collapse in the price of shares in high-tech industries: Microsoft survived the tech wreck and did so with aplomb

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    • n.
      a collapse in the price of shares in high-tech industries: Microsoft survived the tech wreck and did so with aplomb

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    • n.
      a person suffering from stress or emotional exhaustion: by the end of the day I was a nervous wreck

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    • IPA[rek]

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    • n.
      the destruction of a ship at sea; a shipwreck: the survivors of the wreck
    • v.
      destroy or severely damage (a structure, vehicle, or similar): the blast wrecked 100 houses

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