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smithereens
Inglés americano: /ˌsmɪðəˈrinz/
Inglés británico: /ˌsmɪðəˈriːnz/

plural noun

  • to blow something/somebody to smithereens
    hacer saltar algo/a alguien en pedazos
    to smash something to smithereens
    hacer algo pedazos or añicos or trizas
    the vase was smashed to smithereens
    el jarrón se hizo añicos or trizas
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • The Golden Dragon is blown into smithereens and pieces of the cargo ship lands into the water after being blown sky high.
    • We can watch movies, in which hundreds of people get blown to smithereens.
    • It would also be legal to use force to enter their house/apartment/hotel room and set about smashing their stereo to smithereens with a hurley.

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