English to Welsh Meaning :: smash

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English to Welsh Meaning
Noun
ysgubol
Verb
ysgubol, tarfu, chwalu, crymbl i fyny, exterminate, difodi, ddifodi, raze, clais, punt, sgarmes
ysgubol

Smash    :ysgubol

 

Smash - ysgubol

Smashed :: torri

Smasher :: smasher

Smashers :: smashers

Smashes :: smashes

Smashing :: malu





  

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Synonyms
Noun

1. breaking ::


2. crash :: damwain


3. success :: llwyddiant


4. overhead :: uwchben


5. bash :: bash


6. smash-up :: dorri i fyny


7. bang :: bang

Verb


8. break :: egwyl


9. crash :: damwain


10. crash into :: damwain i mewn


11. hit :: taro


12. destroy :: dinistrio


13. ruin :: adfail


14. bang up ::


15. dash :: dash


16. crush :: mathru


17. blast :: chwyth

Adverb


18. smashingly ::


Antonyms

1. bomb :: bom


2. bummer :: bummer


3. bust :: penddelw


4. catastrophe :: trychineb


5. clinker :: clincer


6. failure :: methiant


7. fiasco :: fiasco


8. flop :: flop


9. misfire :: camdanio


10. turkey :: twrci


Different forms

smash, smashed, smasher, smashers, smashes, smashing


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