- v.毁坏( desolate的过去式和过去分词 ); 极大地破坏; 使沮丧; 使痛苦
Their inclination to wait and demand more resources desolated President Lincoln.
I saw them walk away and felt absolutely desolated.
Her death desolated him.
War has desolated that city.
Many coastal towns were desolated by the hurricane.
He desolated large parts of Italy.
The land was desolated by floods.
Do you know how much arable land has been desolated?
你知道什么每年有多少土地荒漠化 吗 ?
We desolated by the death of our good friend.
An out - of - towner drove his car into a ditch in a desolated area.
Splendid when online, but desolated and tiresome when offline.
She is desolated without you.
Many coastal towns desolated by the hurricane.
The army has desolated all of the countryside.
The section, just over 10 km, is desolated with 150 battle plodd atforms in various shapes.
这一段, 超过了十公里, 经历了150多次规模不等的战役,显得很荒凉.
1. made uninhabitable;
"upon this blasted heath"- Shakespeare
"a wasted landscape"