wiped out


wiped out
adjective
1. destroyed completely (Freq. 2)
Syn: ↑annihilated, ↑exterminated
Similar to: ↑destroyed
2. destroyed financially
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the broken fortunes of the family

Syn: ↑broken, ↑impoverished
Similar to: ↑destroyed

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wiped out (informal)
1. Exhausted, weary, dead-beat
2. Financially ruined
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Main Entry:wipe

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wiped out UK [ˌwaɪpt ˈaʊt] US adjective informal
extremely tired
Thesaurus: tiredsynonym

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adj [more \wiped out; most \wiped out]
informal : extremely tired

I am completely wiped out.

— see also wipe out at wipe, 1

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ˌwiped ˈout 7 [wiped out] adjective not before noun (informal)
extremely tired

You look wiped out.


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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