- (defeat) derrota (feminine) aplastante; (flight) huida (feminine) en desbandada they put the enemy to rout pusieron en fuga al enemigoMore example sentences
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- We do not yet know whether different stages of a battle, such as the initial salvos, a fighting retreat and a rout, have different archaeological signatures.
- Their retreat had been a rout, and thousands of fleeing refugees, the elderly, women and children, had been slaughtered mercilessly.
- He turned, his numb and shaking legs turning his retreat into a disordered rout.
- This Pacific division championship was followed by two decisive routs in the Canada West final four.
- Even while he was in the thick of the campaign, there were pointers to his party's rout in the 1991 General Election.
- Despite her electoral rout, the masses, seduced by her silken eloquence into believing that Dr Karunanidhi and his men had been witch hunting her, stood solidly behind her.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
rout outverb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento 1.1 (chase) hacer* salir they were routed out of their hiding places los hicieron salir de sus escondites 1.2 (find) encontrar*; (look for) buscar* remind me to rout out that record you wanted recuérdame que busque ese disco que querías