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(Physics) To disintegrate in a process of radioactive decay or particle decay.
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  1. (Physics) To disintegrate in a process of radioactive decay or particle decay.
  2. To rot or decompose
  3. To undergo decay.
To decay morally; become degenerate.
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  1. To decay morally; become degenerate.
  2. To deteriorate through neglect or inactivity; languish or decline:
  3. To decompose gradually by the action of bacteria, fungi, etc.; decay; spoil
To rot or cause to rot; decay; putrefy.
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  1. To rot or cause to rot; decay; putrefy.
  2. To rot
  3. To decay; rot or putrefy.
To break up or spoil completely; ruin
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  1. To break up or spoil completely; ruin
  2. To bring about destruction
  3. To kill
To profane or sully
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  1. To profane or sully
  2. To profane or sully (a reputation, for example).
  3. To have sexual intercourse with (a woman who is a virgin).
To seize wrongfully or by force; steal:
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  1. To seize wrongfully or by force; steal:
  2. To take (property) by force or fraud
  3. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; pillage:
(Ergative) (to cause) to decay, to decompose
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  1. (Ergative) (to cause) to decay, to decompose
  2. (Ergative, figuratively) to divide into parts to give more details, to provide a more indepth analysis of
  3. (Ergative, figuratively) to render or to become unstable due to stress, to collapse physically or mentally
To lose strength, soundness, health, beauty, prosperity, etc. gradually; waste away; deteriorate
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  1. To lose strength, soundness, health, beauty, prosperity, etc. gradually; waste away; deteriorate
  2. (Physics) To disintegrate in a process of radioactive decay or particle decay.
  3. To fall into ruin:
To rot or cause to rot; decay; putrefy.
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  1. To rot or cause to rot; decay; putrefy.
  2. To separate or break down something into its components; to disintegrate or fragment
  3. To become broken down into components; disintegrate.
To grow worse; degenerate:
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  1. To grow worse; degenerate:
  2. To make or become worse; lower in quality or value; depreciate
  3. To diminish or impair in quality, character, or value:
(Physics & Chemistry) To decompose, decay, or undergo a nuclear transformation.
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  1. (Physics & Chemistry) To decompose, decay, or undergo a nuclear transformation.
  2. To undergo or cause to undergo a nuclear transformation as a result of radioactive decay or a nuclear reaction
  3. To become reduced to components, fragments, or particles.
To cause to crumble.
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  1. To cause to crumble.
  2. To crumble into dust; decay; waste away
  3. To decay to dust, to disintegrate from rot.
To reach an advanced stage of decomposition.
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  1. To reach an advanced stage of decomposition.
  2. To decay or cause to decay and have a foul odor.
  3. To become filled with a pus-like or bile-like substance.
To fall or pass (off, away, etc.) by decaying
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  1. To fall or pass (off, away, etc.) by decaying
  2. To decay morally; become degenerate.
  3. To disappear or fall by decaying:
To affect or associate with something undesirable or reprehensible:
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  1. To affect or associate with something undesirable or reprehensible:
  2. To affect with putrefaction or decay; spoil
  3. To become tainted
To get by buying and selling:
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  1. To get by buying and selling:
  2. To change the position of so that the underside becomes the upper side:
  3. To divert or deflect:
To force into bankruptcy.
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  1. To force into bankruptcy.
  2. To ruin:
  3. To cause to become financially bankrupt.
(Ergative, figuratively) to divide into parts to give more details, to provide a more indepth analysis of
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  1. (Ergative, figuratively) to divide into parts to give more details, to provide a more indepth analysis of
  2. (Intransitive) to fail, to cease to function
  3. (Ergative, figuratively) to render or to become unstable due to stress, to collapse physically or mentally
To tear down or break apart the structure of; raze.
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  1. To tear down or break apart the structure of; raze.
  2. To damage (someone's reputation, for example) severely.
  3. To do away with completely; put an end to:
To break apart the structure of, render physically unusable, or cause to cease to exist as a distinguishable physical entity:
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  1. To break apart the structure of, render physically unusable, or cause to cease to exist as a distinguishable physical entity:
  2. To break up or spoil completely; ruin
  3. To bring to total defeat; crush
To destroy; kill:
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  1. To destroy; kill:
  2. To bring to a required or desired state:
  3. To give (wood, for example) a desired or particular surface texture.
To deflower or seduce (a woman) and, often, specif., thereby render her unmarriageable, disgraced, etc.
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  1. To deflower or seduce (a woman) and, often, specif., thereby render her unmarriageable, disgraced, etc.
  2. To bring or reduce to ruin
  3. To cause (a building, for example) to be in a destroyed, collapsed, or decayed state.
To cause the destruction or ruin of; destroy:
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  1. To cause the destruction or ruin of; destroy:
  2. To cause to break or burst suddenly into pieces, as with a violent blow.
  3. To break into pieces; smash or burst:
To go below the surface of water or another liquid:
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  1. To go below the surface of water or another liquid:
  2. To become lower in value or amount; lessen, as prices, funds, etc.
  3. To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
To cause to come into forceful contact with something:
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  1. To cause to come into forceful contact with something:
  2. To break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow or collision:
  3. To surpass or outdo by a large margin:
To destroy decisively; wreck:
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  1. To destroy decisively; wreck:
  2. To attack, damage, or destroy with or as with a torpedo
  3. To attack, strike, or sink with a torpedo.
To cause the ruin or downfall of; destroy.
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  1. To cause the ruin or downfall of; destroy.
  2. To come open or unfastened.
  3. To open (a parcel, for example); unwrap.
(Archaic) To wreck or be wrecked
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  1. (Archaic) To wreck or be wrecked
  2. To cause the ruin of; wreck.
  3. To subject to extreme mental or physical suffering; torture
To bring to ruin or disaster; overthrow; thwart; defeat
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  1. To bring to ruin or disaster; overthrow; thwart; defeat
  2. To cause to undergo ruin or disaster:
  3. To suffer destruction or ruin; become wrecked:
To find the total of; add
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  1. To find the total of; add
  2. To equal a total of; amount to:
  3. To equal a total of; add up to
To utter (something) stupidly or thoughtlessly.
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  1. To utter (something) stupidly or thoughtlessly.
  2. To say stupidly, clumsily, or confusedly; blurt
  3. To move clumsily or carelessly; flounder; stumble
To be or become confused or overwhelmed as by something very difficult, surprising, vast, etc.
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  1. To be or become confused or overwhelmed as by something very difficult, surprising, vast, etc.
  2. To confuse or mystify; overwhelm.
  3. To hesitate as if in fear or doubt.
To repair or patch clumsily
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  1. To repair or patch clumsily
  2. To spoil by poor work or poor performance; bungle
  3. To perform poorly or ruin through clumsiness or ineptitude:
To do or make things badly or clumsily
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  1. To do or make things badly or clumsily
  2. To carry out badly or ruin through ineptitude; botch.
  3. To work or act ineptly or inefficiently.
To proceed awkwardly and uncertainly; blunder:
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  1. To proceed awkwardly and uncertainly; blunder:
  2. To lose one's grasp on (a football, etc.) while trying to catch or hold it
  3. To search (for a thing) by feeling about awkwardly with the hands; grope clumsily
(Idiomatic, by extension) To make non-functional; to interfere with or put into a state of disorder; to ruin.
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  1. (Idiomatic, by extension) To make non-functional; to interfere with or put into a state of disorder; to ruin.
  2. To cause to be gooey or gummy, especially with the effect of obstructing the operation of some mechanism or process.
  1. To damage; injure.
  2. To cause (another person) to make unwanted mistakes in a given task, usually through distraction or obnoxious behavior.
  3. (Intransitive) To make a mistake; to do something incorrectly; to perform poorly.
To handle badly or roughly; abuse, maltreat, or mismanage
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  1. To handle badly or roughly; abuse, maltreat, or mismanage
  2. To deal with clumsily or inefficiently; mismanage:
  3. To handle badly, causing physical injury.
To manage badly or carelessly.
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  1. To manage badly or carelessly.
To confuse or befuddle (a person or the mind, for example).
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  1. To confuse or befuddle (a person or the mind, for example).
  2. To put into a state of confusion; confuse:
  3. To act or think in a confused way
To do (something) badly or awkwardly
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  1. To do (something) badly or awkwardly
  2. To perform or handle clumsily or ineptly; bungle.
  3. To perform a task clumsily or ineptly.
To ruin unintentionally.
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  1. To ruin unintentionally.
  2. (Intransitive) To clown around; to have fun, often at the expense of others.
To blossom
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  1. To blossom
  2. To bloom or cause to bloom.
(Slang) To make a mistake.
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  1. (Slang) To make a mistake.
  2. (Slang) To introduce problems to or damage through incompetence.
(Idiomatic, colloquial) To mess up; to confuse; to put into a state of disorder.
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  1. (Idiomatic, colloquial) To mess up; to confuse; to put into a state of disorder.
To make confused or chaotic.
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  1. To make confused or chaotic.
  2. To throw into confusion
(Informal) To handle with great care
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  1. (Informal) To handle with great care
  2. To treat like a baby; pamper; coddle
To provide food service for:
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  1. To provide food service for:
  2. To take special pains in seeking to gratify another's needs or desires
  3. (Often with to) To provide things to satisfy a person or a need, to serve.
To cook (esp. eggs in the shell) gently by heating in water not quite at boiling temperature
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  1. To cook (esp. eggs in the shell) gently by heating in water not quite at boiling temperature
  2. To treat (someone) with more care or concern than is required or regarded as appropriate; be overindulgent toward; cosset; pamper
  3. To treat indulgently; baby.
To pamper.
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  1. To pamper.
  2. To treat like a pet; to overly indulge
  3. To show excessive care or concern in dealing with or caring for (someone); coddle; pamper
To yield to the desires or whims of (someone), often excessively:
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  1. To yield to the desires or whims of (someone), often excessively:
  2. To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to
  3. To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
To be overprotective and indulgent toward; to pamper.
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  1. To be overprotective and indulgent toward; to pamper.
  2. To pamper; coddle
To indulge (a desire, craving, or habit) to excess:
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  1. To indulge (a desire, craving, or habit) to excess:
  2. To indulge in something to excess.
  3. To indulge (a person) excessively:
(Archaic) To indulge with rich food; glut.
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  1. (Archaic) To indulge with rich food; glut.
  2. To give in to; gratify:
  3. To be overindulgent with; give in easily to the wishes of; coddle
To engage in plundering.
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  1. To engage in plundering.
  2. To ransack; plunder.
To deprive of something of value by or as by force; rob; plunder
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  1. To deprive of something of value by or as by force; rob; plunder
  2. To ruin, especially by destroying or removing what is valuable:
  3. To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
To destroy or pillage.
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  1. To destroy or pillage.
  2. (Obs.) To lay waste; devastate
To take by force or without right; steal:
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  1. To take by force or without right; steal:
  2. To take goods from (a place) by force or without right, especially in time of war or lawlessness; plunder:
  3. To plunder; strip of valuables; despoil
To deprive of money or property by violence; loot
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  1. To deprive of money or property by violence; loot
  2. To take spoils by force.
  3. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; plunder.
To take (property) by force or fraud
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  1. To take (property) by force or fraud
  2. To seize wrongfully or by force; steal:
  3. To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; pillage:
To search thoroughly; examine every part of in searching
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  1. To search thoroughly; examine every part of in searching
  2. To go through (a place) stealing valuables and causing disarray; pillage:
  3. To make a vigorous and thorough search of (a place, person) with a view to stealing something, especially when leaving behind a state of disarray.
To use force or threat of force to compel (another person) to submit to sexual intercourse or other sexual penetration.
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  1. To use force or threat of force to compel (another person) to submit to sexual intercourse or other sexual penetration.
  2. In common law, the felony of a man having illegal sexual intercourse with a woman other than his wife, by force or with threat of violence and against her will; unlawful sexual act with an unwilling other, and usually involving threat of violence. In common law, the felony of a man having illegal sexual intercourse with a woman other than his wife, by force or with threat of violence and against her will; unlawful sexual act with an unwilling other, and usually involving threat of violence. to commit the act of forcible sexual intercourse.
  3. To plunder or pillage.
To bring heavy destruction on; devastate:
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  1. To bring heavy destruction on; devastate:
  2. To destroy violently; ruin
  3. To pillage; sack:
(Slang) To discharge from employment:
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  1. (Slang) To discharge from employment:
  2. To rob (a town, for example) of goods or valuables, especially after capture.
  3. (Football) To tackle (a quarterback attempting to pass the ball) behind the line of scrimmage.
To rob, plunder, or despoil
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  1. To rob, plunder, or despoil
To dismantle (a firearm, for example) piece by piece.
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  1. To dismantle (a firearm, for example) piece by piece.
  2. To cut or tear into strips.
  3. To remove the leaves from the stalks of (tobacco, for example).
(Archaic) To rob, plunder, or pillage
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  1. (Archaic) To rob, plunder, or pillage
  2. To break up and level (soil or land) with a harrow.
  3. To draw a harrow over (land)
Goods stolen or taken by force, as from a captured enemy city in wartime or by rioters or a corrupt official; plunder, spoils, etc.
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  1. Goods stolen or taken by force, as from a captured enemy city in wartime or by rioters or a corrupt official; plunder, spoils, etc.
  2. (Informal) Things of value, such as gifts, received.
  3. Valuables pillaged in time of war; spoils.
Something pillaged; spoils.
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  1. Something pillaged; spoils.
  2. The act of plundering
  3. That which is plundered; booty; loot
Goods taken by force or fraud; loot; booty
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  1. Goods taken by force or fraud; loot; booty
  2. Property stolen by fraud or force; booty.
  3. The act or practice of plundering.
Something given as a bribe; graft
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  1. Something given as a bribe; graft
  2. Money, especially when acquired or spent illegally or improperly; swag.
  3. (US, dialect) The whole collection or lot; caboodle.
Anything worth striving for; any enviable or highly valued possession
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  1. Anything worth striving for; any enviable or highly valued possession
  2. Something seized by force or taken as booty, especially an enemy ship and its cargo captured at sea during wartime.
  3. Something offered or won as an award for superiority or victory, as in a contest or competition.
(Informal) Money, jobs, etc. appropriated, or set aside, as political patronage
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  1. (Informal) Money, jobs, etc. appropriated, or set aside, as political patronage
  2. (Obs.) A pig or hog
  3. The flesh of a pig or hog used as food.
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