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wipe out in English:

1. to kill someone to kill someone



English word "wipe out"(to kill someone) occurs in sets:

phrasal verbs gethin 2

2. eradicated eradicated


The savage in man is never quite eradicated.
Is the bird flu eradicated?

English word "wipe out"(eradicated) occurs in sets:

variety of synononyms

3. destroy destroy


Earthquakes destroy buildings.
There are plenty of things that can damage or even destroy those high-tech memories.
Denying she was an anarchist, Katja maintained she wished only to make changes in our government, not to destroy it.
With respect to these documents, I think the best thing is to destroy them.
A bad interview can destroy someone’s confidence.
We adults shouldn't destroy the intelligent and creative capacity of children.
Half the world's rainforests have already been destroyed.
Godzilla will never ever destroy the Imperial Palace nor the signboards of the sponsoring companies.
We mustn't let our planet be destroyed.
Alcohol destroys brain cells
In New York City, the term "Ground Zero" is the place where the World Trade Centre was destroyed in September 2001.
Sadly, we are destroying the environment and many species are disappearing.
1. You destroy everyone who gets close. / 2. Our mission is search and destroy.
The business of the journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify, to fawn at the feet of Mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread.

4. obliterate


More than a year later, the line has been obliterated
The snow had obliterated their footprints.
The bombing raid has obliterated whole villages. / He tried to obliterate all thoughts of Mary from his mind. / The park had been obliterated beneath a layer of snow.
His office was obliterated