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VERB 毁掉;毁坏;损坏 To wreck something means to completely destroy or ruin it.
He wrecked the garden...
A coalition could have defeated the government and wrecked the treaty...
VERB 使(船舶)失事；使遇难 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.
N-COUNT 失事的船只(或汽车、飞机);损毁的建筑 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...
N-COUNT 车祸；交通事故 A wreck is an accident in which a moving vehicle hits something and is damaged or destroyed.
He was killed in a car wreck.
...the little girl that survived that plane wreck...
N-COUNT 精疲力竭的人;身体状况极差的人 If you say that someone is a wreck, you mean that they are very exhausted or unhealthy.
You look a wreck...
It was embarrassing and sad to see this man reduced to a mumbling wreck.