Hay 2 definiciones de slay en inglés:

slay1

Silabificación: slay

verbo (past slew /slo͞o/; past participle slain /slān/)

[with object] archaic literary
1Kill (a person or animal) in a violent way: St. George slew the dragon
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She did just that and on a day in August slew the beast, just as St. George did the Dragon.
  • ‘It looked like a big, dirty white dog,’ says motorcycle cop Paul Lucier, who slew the beast on St-Joseph.
  • In the same sector, on the evening of February 22, 2003, a dog was slain by the beast that prowls the Candelero Abajo Sector.
Sinónimos
1.1chiefly North American Murder (someone) (used chiefly in journalism): a man was slain with a shotgun
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Barnes was slain in a double murder one week before the Baltimore Ravens selected Lewis in the first round of the 1996 NFL draft.
  • Michael Mitchell had a satisfying little existence going until the tragic day his son was slain in a gangland shootout.
  • Those with less time will be better off with Andromache, the story of a woman forced to marry her husband's murderer to prevent him slaying her son.
1.2 informal Greatly impress or amuse (someone): you slay me, you really do
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It's Saturday night, you want to go to the movies, every single one of them will sort of amuse you but not one of them is going to slay you.
  • One thing that slew me about Warburton's performance as the Tick: instead of the constant bluster of the cartoon voice, he would occasionally drop to a hushed tones that were pure Adam West.
  • After the title track slays you with its intro - a minute plus of sweet guitar licks - the dual, give-and-take boy-girl lead vocals will capture your heart until you're screaming along without even knowing the words.
Sinónimos
amuse greatly, entertain greatly, make someone laugh
informal have people rolling in the aisles, kill, knock dead, be a hit with

Origen

Old English slēan 'strike, kill', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch slaan and German schlagen.

Derivativos

slayer

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We're doing a book of stories about other slayers, and I'm all excited about that, and it's all growing in my mind, as well.
  • The conservative bloggers who led the charge against the CBS story were hailed as giant slayers.
  • Perhaps it is but she failed to justify the claim; measure crime by numbers and communism was a bigger slayer.

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