毁坏[毁灭]某物( wreck的现在分词 )；
He wrecked the garden...
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.
They may be remembered as the wreckers of a fine company.
The ship was wrecked by an explosion.
...a wrecked cargo ship.
...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.
He was killed in a car wreck.
...the little girl that survived that plane wreck...
What would he tell his parents if he had a wreck?
You look a wreck...
It was embarrassing and sad to see this man reduced to a mumbling wreck.