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wrecks, plural;
  1. Cause the destruction of (a ship) by sinking or breaking up
    • - he was drowned when his ship was wrecked
  2. Involve (someone) in such a wreck
    • - sailors who had the misfortune to be wrecked on these coasts
  3. Cause the destruction of a ship in order to steal the cargo
    • - the locals reverted to the age-old practice of wrecking
  4. Suffer or undergo shipwreck

  5. Destroy or severely damage (a structure or vehicle)
    • - the blast wrecked more than 100 houses
  6. Spoil completely
    • - an eye injury wrecked his chances of a professional career
  7. Engage in breaking up badly damaged vehicles, demolishing old buildings, or similar activities to obtain usable spares or scrap

  1. The destruction of a ship at sea; a shipwreck
    • - the survivors of the wreck
  2. A ship destroyed in such a way
    • - the salvaging of treasure from wrecks
  3. Goods brought ashore by the sea from a wreck and not claimed by the owner within a specified period (usually a year)
    • - the profits of wreck
  4. Something, esp. a vehicle or building, that has been badly damaged or destroyed
    • - the plane was reduced to a smoldering wreck
    • - the wreck of their marriage
  5. The disorganized remains of something that has suffered damage or destruction

  6. A road or rail crash
    • - a train wreck
  7. A person whose physical or mental health or strength has failed
    • - the scandal left the family emotional wrecks

  1. bust up: smash or break forcefully; "The kid busted up the car"
  2. something or someone that has suffered ruin or dilapidation; "the house was a wreck when they bought it"; "thanks to that quack I am a human wreck"
  3. shipwreck: an accident that destroys a ship at sea
  4. crash: a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles); "they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane"
  5. a ship that has been destroyed at sea
  6. (wrecked) destroyed in an accident; "a wrecked ship"; "a highway full of wrecked cars"
  7. (wrecking) razing: the event of a structure being completely demolished and leveled
  8. Wreck were an independent rock band from Chicago, Illinois made up of Dean Schlabowske (later of the Waco Brothers) on electric guitar and vocals, Bart Flores on drums, and Keith Brammer (from Die Kreuzen and Boy Dirt Car) on bass guitar. ...
  9. The Wreck is a surf spot located at Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. It is approximately 30 meters off the shore of Belongil Beach (at the town end), and approximately 60 metres from the Main Beach Car Park. The Wreck is named for the remains of the ship Wollongbar lodged just offshore. ...
  10. Wrecked is a 1996 album released by Raymond Watts (as PIG). Wrecked was originally released in Japan in 1996, and was later released in the United States on September 16, 1997 by Wax Trax/TVT Records. ...
  11. (Wrecked (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)) "Wrecked" is the 10th episode of season 6 of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  12. (Wrecked (tv show)) Wrecked was a MTV comedy series developed by MTV UK and is hosted by Lee Dainton and Matthew Pritchard. Two rivals are challenged to complete a series of Dirty Sanchez style stunts in order to crown a winner.
  13. (Wrecking (shipwreck)) Wrecking is the practice of taking valuables from a shipwreck which has foundered near or close to shore. ...
  14. (Wrecking (Soviet crime)) Wrecking (вредительство or vreditel'stvo, lit. "inflicting damage", "harming"), was a crime specified in the criminal code of the Soviet Union in the Stalin era. ...
  15. Something or someone that has been ruined; The remains of something that has been severely damaged or worn down; An event in which something is damaged through collision; To cause severe damage to something, to a point where it no longer works, or is useless; To ruin or dilapidate; To dismantle ...
  16. (Wrecked) completely unable to move when under the influence of ganja
  17. (Wrecks) To see a wreck in your dream, foretells that you will be harassed with fears of destitution or sudden failure in business. See other like words.
  18. is a regular verb meaning "to damage severely, destroy": The hurricane wrecked half the beach-front cottages.
  19. The common name given to a ship or other sea going vessel that has sunk or been damaged and stranded.
  20. When the rider falls and can no longer hold on to the rope.
  21. Whatever may remain of property that has been severely damaged in a maritime adventure. An underwriter who has paid a total loss on the property is entitled to take over the wreck, dispose of it as he thinks fit and retain the whole of the proceeds, if any, even if these exceed the claim paid.
  22. a person or a thing in very bad condition.
  23. what happens when a horse or horses go crazy; (bad wreck is a wreck in which a person or horse is hurt or killed).
  24. A large cabin behind the Outdoor Theater and next to the E.A.R.
  25. A prefix identifier of salvage artifacts indicating the source of the artifact.  This is a cataloguing system where the term is followed by a three digit ID number for the artifact(s) contained in the release.