Translation for 'obliterate' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to obliterate | obliterated | obliterated
obliterating | obliterates
SYNO blotted out | obliterate | obliterated | ...
to obliterate {verb}унищожавам [несв.]
1 translation
To translate another word just start typing!

Translation for 'obliterate' from English to Bulgarian

to obliterate {verb}
унищожавам [несв.]
Usage Examples English
  • In order to not totally obliterate the possibility of regaining lost laps, NASCAR has implanted the beneficiary rule in which the highest-placed car not on the lead lap is given a lap back if a caution occurs.
  • Precancels for official government use are fastidiously prepared, but other kinds are almost always "heavy cancels" which deliberately obliterate much of a stamp's design.
  • In 1956 the city authorities ordered the demolition of the synagogue which had laid in ruins since 1941 when the Nazis destroyed what remained after their earlier attempt to obliterate the building.
  • The debris starts to rain down to Earth. The fragments obliterate every major city in the world, cause massive disasters like tsunamis, and much of the human race is wiped out.
  • He testified in Congress about a mass murder committed by the supervillain known as the Leader who had detonated a gamma bomb in a town to obliterate.

  • Her 'team' is now in danger from a nanotech bomb implanted inside Cyclops, threatening to obliterate everything in three square miles.
  • On CT, the globe appears hyperdense compared to normal vitreous due to the proteinaceous exudate, which may obliterate the vitreous space in advanced disease.
  • He is considered to be the epitome of dharma, truth, and righteousness and is often called upon to obliterate evil.
  • An LL3 type is pristine with perfectly discernible chondrules, an LL7 type has been melted or altered by pressure or other force to almost completely obliterate the round chondrules.
  • During the past 23 years he has been waiting the opportunity to return to the Empire and help obliterate the Rebellion.

  • But demand decreased after the Japanese enacted policies designed to obliterate Korean culture and a surge of Western culture into the Korean peninsula shifted traditions.
  • The film's melodramatic climax resembles a commercial action-movie, where untrained Russian guerrilla fighters overrun and obliterate the Nazi stronghold and its defenders.
  • Cadastral surveyors often have to work around changes to the earth that obliterate or damage boundary monuments.
  • Kyle Larson passed Tyler Erb for the lead on lap 14 and proceeded to obliterate the field in the LOLMDS season opener, lapping up to the eighth-place car and winning the 50-lap feature by more than 15 seconds over runner-up Devin Moran.
  • Scraps stood alongside her friends when they rallied against a "new" Witch trying to obliterate the entirety of Oz in the comic book The Oz/Wonderland Chronicles.

  • Partially or completely covering a building can mask its original character, detail, and ornamentation, or the slipcover can even obliterate the original.
  • Initially, pharyngeal grooves consist of four bars of mesenchymal tissue that separate pharyngeal nerves. Most of these structures obliterate, only the ear canal remains.
  • Over a sufficient period of time, in the absence of evidence of intermediary steps in the process, it may be impossible to observe linkages between languages that have a shared Urheimat: given enough time, natural language change will obliterate any meaningful linguistic evidence of a common genetic source.
  • In autumn of 1944, a German unit (Sonderkommando 1005) exhumed the corpses and burned them to obliterate the evidence of the murders.
  • Homosexuality is very rarely depicted; self-conscious householders sometimes obliterate erotic paintings.

    © English-Bulgarian dictionary 2024
    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
    Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!