devastação, destruição, desolação, saque, ruínadevastar, assolar, destruir, saquear, arruinar, pilhar
Noun(1) (usually plural
Verb(1) make a pillaging or destructive raid on (a place(2) cause extensive destruction or ruin utterly
(1) fears that a war could ravage their country(2) His squad were ravaged by injury, although he didn't seek to use this as an excuse.(3) Henan is one of the provinces most ravaged by HIV / AIDS in China.(4) God may easily put an end to that mad ravager 's deeds.(5) And one more thing, how come that Scotland and Wales escape the worst ravages of Global warming?(6) Let not this age be remembered by those who will come after us as an age where killers of the innocent and ravagers of the weak reigned terror upon the world.(7) Darkness unleashed, it ravaged the land, destroying everything in its path.(8) While Sitka spruce can withstand the ravages inflicted by deer, other species are not so hardy.(9) But in an economy ravaged by two decades of war, jobs are scarce.(10) The only way to escape the ravages of the plague is to find a place the zombies can't reach.(11) Nature repairs her ravages - repairs them with her sunshine and with human labour.(12) I prayed that they might be spared the ravages of Ebola epidemics.(13) Almost miraculously, these structures were spared the ravages of the 1906 earthquake.(14) Few expected the ravages of war, and none expected the deprivation of imprisonment.(15) Bush was expected to arrive in Florida today to tour areas ravaged by hurricane Ivan.(16) Even the English king Edward I failed to escape the ravages of foot-and-mouth.
(1) rattle :: chocalho
(2) sabre-rattling :: sabre-chocalhar
(3) rattling noise :: chocalho ruído
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