arrasar

ar.ra.sar
ɐʀɐˈzar
verbo transitivo
1.
(edifício, zona) to raze (to the ground), to level, to flatten; (cidade, região) to raze (to the ground), to devastate, to lay waste to
2.
(nivelar, aplanar) to level; to flatten
3.
(destruir) to wreck; to destroy
4.
(encher completamente) to fill to the brim
verbo transitivo e intransitivo
1.
(emocionalmente) to devastate [com, -]; to crush [com, -]; to shatter [com, -]
a notícia arrasou-os
the news devastated them
2.
(crítica) to bash [com, -]; to run down [com, -]; to slam [com, -]; (livro, filme) to slate [com, -]
a crítica arrasou com o filme
the critics slated the film
3.
(ideia, teoria, argumento) to demolish [com, -]
4.
(arruinar) to ruin [com, -]; to crush [com, -]
arrasaram com a concorrência
they crushed their competitors
5.
(derrotar) to demolish [com, -]; to clobber coloquial [com, -]; to thrash coloquial [com, -]
6.
(cansaço) to finish off [com, -]; to do in [com, -]
verbo intransitivo
1.
coloquial (ganhar tudo) to sweep the board coloquial
2.
coloquial (fazer sucesso) to make it big; to make a huge success
ela estava vestida para arrasar
she was dressed to kill
arrasar-se
verbo pronominal
1.
(arruinar-se) to be ruined
2.
(cansar-se) to wear oneself out; to knock oneself out
3.
(emocionalmente) to be devastated
4.
(encher-se) to fill up
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