wipe-out


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wipe-out

[ˈwaɪpaʊt] N
1. (= destruction) [of town] → destrucción f; [of army, people] → aniquilación f
2. (in competition, election) → derrota f aplastante
3. (Surfing) → caída f
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FOLLOWING a near wipe-out in the Alliance last weekend it's expected a full schedule of games will take place today (overnight weather withstanding).
After his accident on Wednesday, he said: "What can I say, I got a little excited this morning and ended up having possibly the worst wipe-out impact-wise of my life.
Dorky behavior is more like an accidental social wipe-out than social suicide.
After crowding round the display of prints and laughing at the best wipe-out shots, I bought the photograph which captured my first stand up.
Strangely, it is in Scot-land - scene of their wipe-out just 17 months ago - that the Tory Party may climb out of the grave.
Only Steve Aldridge denied Chester a total wipe-out as he came from behind to topple John Massey 2-9 9-2 9-1 9-2.
The Yazidis, whose religious beliefs combine aspects of Islam, Zoroastrianism and Christianity, is just one of the many groups facing wipe-outs by Sunni extremists.
MFrom watching the perilously-perched nests of the famed storks of Faro on arrival, to the flows, postures and wipe-outs of the twice daily yoga and surf sessions, this was a trip with a difference.
| POINT breaks, bombs, duck dives and wipe-outs enter the vocabulary in Cardiff Bay from May 3 when the new indoor surf machine starts pumping at Cardiff International White Water in the International Sports Village.
Maintaining their consuming form that includes two 10-0 wipe-outs in the past month, rampant Esclusham chalked up a 125-158 victory to leapfrog front-runners Gresford and claim pole position by a 2 points margin.
Dorian has tested the wetsuit in calm waters and has even used it to surface quickly after wipe-outs in big waves.