wipe out
verb Date: 1535 transitive verb to destroy completely ; annihilate intransitive verb to fall or crash usually as a result of losing control

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  • Wipe out — bei einem Windsurf Sprung Ein Wipe Out (to wipe out = auslöschen, vernichten, ausrotten) beschreibt in der Szenesprache von Wellenreitern und Windsurfern einen besonders schweren und spektakulären Sturz. Einige der gefährlichsten Wipe Outs kommen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • wipe out — {v.} 1. To remove or erase by wiping or rubbing. * /The teacher wiped out with an eraser what she had written on the board./ Compare: RUB OUT. 2. {informal} To remove, kill, or destroy completely. * /The earthquake wiped out the town./ * /Doctors …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • wipe out — {v.} 1. To remove or erase by wiping or rubbing. * /The teacher wiped out with an eraser what she had written on the board./ Compare: RUB OUT. 2. {informal} To remove, kill, or destroy completely. * /The earthquake wiped out the town./ * /Doctors …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Wipe Out — may refer to: * wipe out , a surfing term for being thrown off one s surfboard, extended by analogy to a skateboard or a snowboard or generally crash * Wipe Out (song), a song by The Surfaris * Wipe Out (New Model Army song), a song by the band… …   Wikipedia

  • wipe-out — «WYP OWT», noun. 1. U.S. Slang. a fall from an upright position on a surfboard, skis, or motorcycle or other moving vehicle. 2. Informal. a wiping out or being wiped out; total destruction or undoing: »the wipe out of an army, the wipe out of a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wipe out — (someone/something) 1. to destroy someone or something. We were ordered to wipe out a small enemy force hiding in the village. The floods wiped whole villages out. 2. to cause someone to lose or spend all their money. My neighbor was totally… …   New idioms dictionary

  • wipe out — [v] destroy; get rid of abate, abolish, annihilate, black out, blot out, cancel, decimate, delete, efface, eliminate, eradicate, erase, expunge, exterminate, extinguish, extirpate, kill, massacre, obliterate, remove, root out, slaughter, slay,… …   New thesaurus

  • wipe out — ► wipe out 1) remove or eliminate. 2) kill (a large number of people). 3) ruin financially. 4) informal exhaust or intoxicate. Main Entry: ↑wipe …   English terms dictionary

  • wipe out — index delete, destroy (efface), dissolve (terminate), eliminate (eradicate), expunge, extinguis …   Law dictionary

  • wipe out — 1. in. to crash. □ I wiped out on the curve. □ The car wiped out on the curve. 2. in. to fall off or away from something, such as a bicycle, skates, a surfboard, a skateboard, etc. □ I wiped out and skinned my knee. U If I wipe out …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • wipe out — verb 1. kill in large numbers (Freq. 1) the plague wiped out an entire population • Syn: ↑eliminate, ↑annihilate, ↑extinguish, ↑eradicate, ↑decimate, ↑carry off …   Useful english dictionary

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