destroyverb

  • ja…を破壊する、…を滅ぼす、…を台無しにする
  • ento damage something so that it loses all value, stops to exist, or becomes irreparable or dysfunctional

Examples

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For the first time in our history, humans pose a threat to our kind.
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Their modern technology has given birth to weapons that could destroy us.
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Maintaining our secret has never been more imperative.
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Mute
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The evil of light once almost destroyed the world.
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And now, it has returned.
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This fly is a major problem for us.
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And we need to destroy it and every trace of it.
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Failing that, we're dead.
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Mute
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If you awaken that beast, it will destroy us all.
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You can listen to this naysayer, but I promise you this:
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If we succeed, all will share in the wealth of the mountain.
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This is what guys like Jason and Chuck think about women.
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We're objects.
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And when they're done with us, they shame us into silence.
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They have zero remorse for the lives they destroy.
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These girls deserve justice.
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You want vengeance?
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We're gonna go full dark, no stars, Veronica.
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I'm with you.
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And I have a plan.
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The old world grows weak.
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And the fire that we are about to start will destroy everything that still remains.