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To ruin

  • 1 cōnflīctō

        cōnflīctō āvī, ātus, āre, intens.    [confligo], to come in conflict, collide: cum nialo, T.: per scelera rem p., to ruin, Ta.
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    conflictare, conflictavi, conflictatus V
    harm, assail, harass, distress, torment, vex; bring to ruin; strike frequently/forcibly/violently; buffet; ruin

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  • 2 ē-vertō or ēvortō

        ē-vertō or ēvortō tī, sus, ere,    to overturn, upturn, turn upside down: navem: aequora ventis, V.: aquas, O.: eversas cervicīs tuas abstine, refrain from twisting your neck, T.—To overturn, overthrow, upset, throw down: bustum in foro: statuam: pinum, V.: tecta in dominum, O.—To turn out, drive out, expel, eject: pupillum fortunis patriis: hunc funditus bonis.—To overthrow, subvert, destroy: urbīs: castellum, H.—Fig., to overthrow, ruin, subvert, destroy, abolish: provincias: leges Caesaris: testamenta, iura: everso succurrere saeclo, V.: disciplinam, L.: spem, O.: Crassos, Pompeios, ruin, Iu.

    Latin-English dictionary > ē-vertō or ēvortō

  • 3 occīdō

        occīdō cīdī, cīsus, ere    [ob+caedo], to strike down, knock down: me pugnis, T.—To cut down, cut off, kill, slay: si aliam (noxiam) admisero, occidito, T.: fortissime pugnans occiditur, Cs.: exercitūs occidione occisi, annihilated, L.: ad unum omnes, to the last man, L.: hominem, murder: modus hominis occidendi, form of murder: homines impune occidebantur, murders were committed: se occidere, commit suicide, Cu.—Fig., to plague to death, torture, torment, pester: occidis saepe rogando, H.: legendo, H.—To ruin, undo: me tuis fallaciis, T.
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    I
    occidere, occidi, occasus V
    fall, fall down; perish, die, be slain; be ruined/done for, decline, end
    II
    occidere, occidi, occisus V
    kill, murder, slaughter, slay; cut/knock down; weary, be the death/ruin of

    Latin-English dictionary > occīdō

  • 4 pessum

        pessum adv.    [PED-], to the ground, to the bottom.—With dare, to send to the bottom, ruin, destroy, undo: me aut erum pessum dabunt (nuptiae), T.: sin (animus) ad inertiam pessum datus est, has been abandoned, S.—With ire, to be ruined: pessum ituros campos, Ta.
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    to the lowest part, to the bottom,

    pessum dare -- destroy, ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > pessum

  • 5 sepeliō

        sepeliō pelīvī    (līsset, Pr.), pultus, īre, to bury, inter: hominem mortuom in urbe, XII Tabb. ap. C.: surge et sepeli natum, Att. ap. C.: Tarquinio sepulto: suorum corpora, L.—To burn, place on the funeral-pyre: sepultum Consentiae quod membrorum reliquum fuit, L.: Eumenem mortuum propinquis eius sepeliundum tradidit, N.—Fig., to bury, overwhelm, submerge, destroy, ruin, suppress: sepultā in patriā acervi civium: haec sunt in gremio sepulta consulatūs tui: dolorem, end: tunc, cum mea fama sepulta est, O.: nullus sum... sepultus sum, I'm lost, T.: urbs somno vinoque sepulta, V.: sepulta inertia, slumbering, H.
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    sepelire, sepelivi, sepultus V TRANS
    bury/inter; (Roman cremate + inter ashes); submerge, overcome; suppress; ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > sepeliō

  • 6 ad-līdō (all-)

        ad-līdō (all-) līsī, līsus, ere    [ad + laedo], to strike upon, dash against: ad scopulos, Cs.—Fig., to ruin.

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  • 7 occidō

        occidō cidī, cāsus, ere    [ob+cado], to fall down, fall: ut alii super alios occiderent, L.— To go down, set: iam occidente sole, Pac. ap. C.: donec lux occidat, Iu.—To fall, perish, die, be slain: quā (securi) multi occiderunt: pro patriā: hostium saevitiā, S.: dextrā suā, V.: minimo volnere, O.: unā occidendum nobis esse (cum imperio), S.—Fig., to decline, end: vita occidens, the evening of life: ne sacrorum memoria occideret, be lost.—To perish, be ruined, be lost: sin plane occidimus: occidi, I am undone, T.: funditus, V.: omnia generis insignia occiderunt: vestra beneficia occasura esse.
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    I
    occidere, occidi, occasus V
    fall, fall down; perish, die, be slain; be ruined/done for, decline, end
    II
    occidere, occidi, occisus V
    kill, murder, slaughter, slay; cut/knock down; weary, be the death/ruin of

    Latin-English dictionary > occidō

  • 8 perditus

        perditus adj. with comp. and sup.    [P. of perdo], lost, hopeless, desperate, ruined, past recovery: puer: aere alieno: rebus omnibus perditis: valetudo: Quanto perditior quisque est, H.— Morally lost, abandoned, corrupt, profligate, flagitious, incorrigible: adulescens luxu, T.: homines: consilia: floribus austrum Perditus inmisi, in my folly, V.: nihil fieri potest perditius: omnium mortalium perditissimus: mores, Cu.
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    I
    perdita -um, perditior -or -us, perditissimus -a -um ADJ
    ruined; broken/debilitated; bankrupt, financially ruined; lost, done for; degenerate, morally depraved, wild, abandoned; reckless; desperate/hopeless
    II
    ruination, ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > perditus

  • 9 collabefio

    collabefieri, collabefactus sum V SEMIDEP
    collapse/break up; sink together; be overthrown politically/brought to ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > collabefio

  • 10 conlabefio

    conlabefieri, conlabefactus sum V SEMIDEP
    collapse/break up; sink together; be overthrown politically/brought to ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > conlabefio

  • 11 deartuo

    deartuare, deartuavi, deartuatus V TRANS
    dismember; rend limb from limb (L+S); ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > deartuo

  • 12 deperdo

    deperdere, deperdidi, deperditus V TRANS
    lose permenently/utterly (destruction); be deprived/desperate; destroy, ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > deperdo

  • 13 everto

    evertere, everti, eversus V
    overturn, turn upside down; overthrow, destroy, ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > everto

  • 14 sepeleo

    sepelere, sepelevi, sepeletus V TRANS
    bury/inter; (Roman cremate + inter ashes); submerge, overcome; suppress; ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > sepeleo

  • 15 sepelo

    sepelere, sepeli, sepelitus V TRANS
    bury/inter; (Roman cremate + inter ashes); submerge, overcome; suppress; ruin

    Latin-English dictionary > sepelo

  • 16 eversio

    an overturning, destruction, ruin

    Latin-English dictionary of medieval > eversio

  • 17 exitium

    destruction, ruin.

    Latin-English dictionary of medieval > exitium

  • 18 prosterno

    to knock down, cast down / destroy, ruin.

    Latin-English dictionary of medieval > prosterno

  • 19 ruinosus

    falling down, going to ruin.

    Latin-English dictionary of medieval > ruinosus

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