HyperDic: capolar

Català > 4 sentits de la paraula capolar:
VERBchangecapolar, moldre, molinar, picolar, triturarreduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading
changecapolar, destrossar, esquinçar, estripar, mutilardestroy or injure severely
contactcapolar, destrossar, macar, masegar, mutilarinjure badly by beating
motioncapolar, aixafar, esclafar, picolar, premsarwalk through mud or mire
Català > capolar: 4 sentits > verb 1, change
SentitReduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading.
Sinònimsmoldre, molinar, picolar, triturar
Específicgarbellargrind with a mill
picargrind, mash or pulverize in a mortar
Generalfragmentar-se, fragmentar, partir-se, partir, trencar-se, trencarbreak or cause to break into pieces
Anglèsgrind, mash, crunch, bray, comminute
Espanyolaplastar, dilacerar, machacar, majar, moler, picar
NomsabrasióThe wearing down of rock / rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice
cruixitThe act of crushing
dent molar, molar, queixalgrinding tooth with a broad crown
molí, molinetmachinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing
mòlta, pulveritzacióThe act of grinding to a powder or dust
Català > capolar: 4 sentits > verb 2, change
SentitDestroy or injure severely.
Sinònimsdestrossar, esquinçar, estripar, mutilar
Generalavariar, danyar, trencarinflict damage / damage upon
Anglèsmutilate, mangle, cut up
Espanyoldesfigurar, desgarrar, destrozar, mutilar
NomsmutilacióAn injury that causes disfigurement or that deprives you of a limb or other important body part
Català > capolar: 4 sentits > verb 3, contact
Sentitinjure badly by beating.
Sinònimsdestrossar, macar, masegar, mutilar
Implicaferir-se, ferir, fer-se mal, lesionarCause injuries or bodily harm to
mutilarDestroy or injure severely
Generaldesfigurarmar or spoil the appearance of
Anglèsmaul, mangle
Espanyoldestrozar, magullar, maltratar, mutilar
Català > capolar: 4 sentits > verb 4, motion
Sentitwalk through mud or mire.
Sinònimsaixafar, esclafar, picolar, premsar
Generalcaminar de puntetes, caminarwalk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud
Anglèssquelch, squish, splash, splosh, slosh, slop

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