Translation of ravage in Spanish:

ravage

Pronunciation: /ˈrævɪdʒ/

vt

  • (plunder) saquear the army ravaged the town el ejército saqueó la ciudad a country ravaged by war un país asolado or devastado por la guerra a forest ravaged by fire un bosque arrasado por el fuego a body ravaged by disease un cuerpo en que la enfermedad ha ( or había etc) hecho estragos

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