Shatter

  • 1 Shatter — EP de Triptykon Publicación 25 de octubre de 2010 Grabación 2010 Género(s) Avant garde metal Black metal Doom metal …

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  • 2 Shatter — Shat ter, v. i. To be broken into fragments; to fall or crumble to pieces by any force applied. [1913 Webster] Some fragile bodies break but where the force is; some shatter and fly in many places. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 Shatter — Shat ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Shattered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Shattering}.] [OE. schateren, scateren, to scatter, to dash, AS. scateran; cf. D. schateren to crack, to make a great noise, OD. schetteren to scatter, to burst, to crack. Cf.… …

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  • 4 shatter — [v1] break into small pieces blast, blight, burst, crack, crash, crunch, crush, dash, demolish, destroy, disable, exhaust, explode, fracture, fragment, fragmentalize, fragmentize, impair, implode, overturn, pulverize, rend, rive, ruin, scrunch,… …

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  • 5 shatter — [shat′ər] vt. [ME schateren, var. of scateren, to SCATTER] 1. Obs. to scatter; strew 2. to break or burst into pieces suddenly, as with a blow 3. to damage severely; destroy or wreck [to shatter one s health] vi. to break or burst into pieces;… …

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  • 6 Shatter — Shat ter, n. A fragment of anything shattered; used chiefly or soley in the phrase into shatters; as, to break a glass into shatters. Swift. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 shatter — index break (fracture), discompose, disintegrate, extinguish, extirpate, force (break), overcome …

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  • 8 shatter — (v.) early 14c., probably a variant of M.E. scateren (see SCATTER (Cf. scatter)). Cf. O.Du. schetteren Low Ger. schateren. Related: Shattered; shattering …

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  • 9 shatter — vb shiver, *break, crack, burst, bust, snap Analogous words: demolish, *destroy: *ruin, wreck: rend, split, rive (see TEAR) …

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  • 10 shatter — ► VERB 1) break suddenly and violently into pieces. 2) damage or destroy. 3) upset greatly. 4) (shattered) informal completely exhausted. DERIVATIVES shatterer noun. ORIGIN …

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  • 11 Shatter — Infobox Film name = Shatter caption = writer = Don Houghton starring = Stuart Whitman Lung Ti Lily Li Peter Cushing Anton Diffring director = Michael Carreras Monte Hellman producer = distributor = Starz, Anchor Bay released = 1974 (UK), 1 July… …

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  • 12 Shatter — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Shatter est un mot anglais signifiant « faire voler en éclats, anéantir, briser, détruire ». Le terme peut aussi référer à : Un dénommé… …

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  • 13 shatter */ — UK [ˈʃætə(r)] / US [ˈʃætər] verb Word forms shatter : present tense I/you/we/they shatter he/she/it shatters present participle shattering past tense shattered past participle shattered 1) a) [transitive] to break something suddenly into a lot of …

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  • 14 shatter — verb 1 break into very small pieces ADVERB ▪ completely PREPOSITION ▪ into ▪ The bottle shattered into little shards of glass. PHRASES ▪ …

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  • 15 shatter — shat|ter [ ʃætər ] verb * 1. ) transitive to break something suddenly into a lot of small pieces: The blast shattered windows over a wide area. One of his knees had been shattered by a bullet. a ) intransitive to break suddenly into a lot of… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 16 shatter — [[t]ʃæ̱tə(r)[/t]] shatters, shattering, shattered 1) V ERG If something shatters, it breaks into a lot of small pieces. ...safety glass that won t shatter if it s broken... [V into n] The car shattered into a thousand burning pieces in a 200mph… …

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  • 17 shatter — verb 1 (I, T) to break suddenly into very small pieces, or to make something break in this way (+ into): The plate hit the floor, and shattered into tiny bits. | shatter sth: A stone shattered the window. 2 (T) to make someone feel disappointed… …

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  • 18 shatter — shatterer, n. shatteringly, adv. /shat euhr/, v.t. 1. to break (something) into pieces, as by a blow. 2. to damage, as by breaking or crushing: ships shattered by storms. 3. to impair or destroy (health, nerves, etc.): The incident shattered his… …

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  • 19 shatter — verb /ˈʃæt.ə(r)/ a) to violently break something into pieces. Your death will shatter him. Which is what I want. Actually, I would prefer to kill him. b) to destroy or disable something. A CAT scan revealed she had an inoperable brain tumor. The… …

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  • 20 shatter — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. splinter, shiver, smash, disintegrate; destroy; madden, craze; crash, shatter. See brittleness, disjunction, insanity, destruction. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. smash, shiver, fragment, destroy; see break… …

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