|hävittää englanniksi||destroy fi, dispose fi, obliterate fi, decimate fi, disappear fi, expunge fi, eradicate fi, ravage fi, dilapidate fi, desolate fi|
: The earthquake destroyed several apartment complexes.
: Hooligans destroy unprovoked
: Smoking destroys the natural subtlety of the palate
: Destroying a [[rabid]] dog is required by law.
: The memory leak happened because we forgot to destroy the temporary lists.
: ux|en|I dispose of my trash in the garbage can.
*: Now, dear soldiers, march away: / And how thou pleasest, God, dispose the day!
*: Marianne’s pianoforte was unpacked and properly disposed of, and Elinor’s drawing were affixed to the walls of their sitting rooms.
*: I sat down within three feet of the entrance door, and I had no sooner got disposed than the door opened and a man came in....
*: what he designed to bestow on her funeral, he would rather dispose among the poor
: ux|en|In these uncertain times, I am disposed towards caution. (Used here intransitively in the passive voice)
*: Endure and conquer; Jove will soon dispose / To future good our past and present woes.
*: Suspicions dispose kings to tyranny, husbands to jealousy, and wise men to irresolution and melancholy.
*: At twilight in the summer...the mice come out. They...eat the luncheon crumbs. Mr. Checkly, for instance, always brought his dinner in a paper parcel in his coat-tail pocket, and ate it when so disposed, sprinkling crumbs lavishly...on the floor.
*: She had disposed with Caesar.
*: the knightly forms of combat to dispose
*: The harsh and bitter feelings of this or that experience are slowly obliterated.
*: Elbows almost touching they leaned at ease, idly reading the almost obliterated lines engraved there. ¶ nowrap|"I never understood it," she observed, lightly scornful. "What occult meaning has a sun-dial for the spooney? Im sure I dont want to read riddles in a strange gentlemans optics."
*: God sometimes decimates or [[tithe]]s delinquent persons, and they died for a common crime, according as God hath cast their lot in the decrees of predestination.
*: Said to have been martyred as a Christian legionary commander of late Roman times for having refused an imperial order to kill one in ten (that is, decimate in the Roman meaning of the word) of the soldiers of another legion which had gone into revolt...
*: ...where Caesar threatened to disband Legio X after a mutiny. The men begged him to decimate them instead, and Caesar relented in the same way that Titus refrained from executing this cavalryman after his comrades’ appeal.
*: Shall we decimate them? That sounds good, nice word. Remove one-tenth of the population!
*: ...there will be eight hundred and ten laborers producing as nine hundred, while, to accomplish their purpose, they would have to produce as one thousand... Here, then, we have a society which is continually decimating itself...
*: [England] had decimated itself for a question which involved no principle, and led to no result.
*: I have heard you are as poor as a decimated Cavalier [referring to Cromwells ten per cent. income-tax on Cavaliers], and had not one foot of land in all the world.
*: In addition, an ordinance was published that “all who had ever borne arms for the king, or declared themselves to be of the royal party, should be decimated, that is, pay a tenth part of all the estate which they had left, to support the charge which the commonwealth was put to...
*: In this dramatic picture, the nation is literally decimated, and even the tenth which remains is subjected to a further destruction.
*: African slaves were needed to replace Native American populations that had been decimated (literally reduced to one-tenth their size) by European conquest.
*: In the New World, European colonists initially enslaved Native Americans, decimating the indigenous populations to one-tenth of their original sizes.
*: A decimate tool allows us to obtain a more coarse-grained view of the data over the full g|n-dimensional space.
*: However, many times it is more practical to decimate existing high-res models because of time, money or manpower issues.
*: Given this initial fine mesh, we smooth and decimate it to a desired mesh resolution.
: Small pox was globally eradicated in 1980
*: Would one think twere possible for love / To make such ravage in a noble soul?
: the ravage of a lion; the ravages of fire or tempest; the ravages of an army, or of time
*: If the bishop, parson, or vicar, etc., dilapidates the buildings, or cuts down the timber of the patrimony...
*: In the last days of autumn he had whitewashed the chalet, painted the doors, windows, and veranda, repaired the roof and interior, and improved the place so much that the landlord had warned him that the rent would be raised at the expiration of his twelvemonths tenancy, remarking that a tenant could not reasonably expect to have a pretty, rain-tight dwelling-house for the same money as a hardly habitable ruin. Smilash had immediately promised to dilapidate it to its former state at the end of the year.
*: The patrimony of the bishopric of Oxon was much dilapidated.
: a desolate isle; a desolate wilderness; a desolate house
*: I will make Jerusalem ... a den of dragons, and I will make the cities of Judah desolate, without an inhabitant.
*: And the silvery marish flowers that throng / The desolate creeks and pools among.
: desolate altars
: He was left desolate by the early death of his wife.
*: voice of the poor and desolate