毁坏[毁灭]某物( wreck的现在分词 ); 使（船舶）失事，使遇难，使下沉
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The can exploded, wrecking the kitchen and bathroom and blowing out windows.
He teed off on his son for wrecking the car.
Instead of wrecking the valley, the waters are put to use making electricity.
Collateral damage is wrecking our image around the world.
From the boom hangs a shiny black wrecking ball.
You were wrecking as much as anyone else.
VERB 毁掉;毁坏;损坏 To wreck something means to completely destroy or ruin it.
V n V-ed
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.
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...
We thought of buying the house as a wreck, doing it up, then selling it.
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.
usu supp N mainly AM 主美
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?
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.
usu sing INFORMAL 非正式
You look a wreck...
It was embarrassing and sad to see this man reduced to a mumbling wreck.
1. the event of a structure being completely demolished and leveled
2. destruction achieved by wrecking something