vandalise
British variant of vandalize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • vandalise — (Brit.) v. purposefully destroying or damaging something that is beautiful or public property or something that belongs to someone else (also vandalize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • vandalise — verb To needlessly other people’s or ; to commit …   Wiktionary

  • vandalise — van|dal|ise [ vændl,aız ] a British spelling of vandalize …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • vandalise — [[t]væ̱ndəlaɪz[/t]] see vandalize …   English dictionary

  • vandalise — UK [ˈvændəlaɪz] / US [ˈvænd(ə)lˌaɪz] vandalize …   English dictionary

  • vandalise — /ˈvændəlaɪz/ (say vanduhluyz) verb (t) (vandalised, vandalising) to destroy or damage by vandalism. Also, vandalize. –vandalisation /vændəlaɪˈzeɪʃən/ (say vanduhluy zayshuhn), noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • vandalise — verb destroy wantonly, as through acts of vandalism vandalize the park • Syn: ↑vandalize • Derivationally related forms: ↑vandal, ↑vandal (for: ↑vandalize) …   Useful english dictionary

  • vandalised — vandalise (Brit.) v. purposefully destroying or damaging something that is beautiful or public property or something that belongs to someone else (also vandalize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • vandalises — vandalise (Brit.) v. purposefully destroying or damaging something that is beautiful or public property or something that belongs to someone else (also vandalize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • vandalising — vandalise (Brit.) v. purposefully destroying or damaging something that is beautiful or public property or something that belongs to someone else (also vandalize) …   English contemporary dictionary

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