havoc 的 3 个定义
- great destruction or devastation; ruinous damage.
- to work havoc upon; devastate.
- to work havoc: The fire havocked throughout the house.
havoc 的近义词 24 个
- rack and ruin
havoc 的反义词 16 个
- Those ejections can wreak havoc on satellites or power grids when they strike Earth.
- In addition to the market chaos that’s played havoc with returns this year, the investor has been dragged into a political debacle over the appointment of its new CEO, hedge-fund manager Nicolai Tangen.
- The pandemic has wreaked havoc on small businesses while at at the same time accelerated consumers’ shift to digital and the business need for digital transformation.
- On defense, Bonga creates havoc with both steals and blocks, and the Wizards play more like a competent NBA defense with him on the court, a huge bonus for the league’s worst defensive team.
- The expanded postseason has given them another path to make the playoffs — and a chance to create havoc once there.
- Earlier that day, officials say, Stone went on a bloody rampage killing six of his kin and wreaking havoc in three small towns.
- In the later stages of the war, the American-made Stinger missile was introduced and wreaked havoc among the Soviet helicopters.
- The mother also made a plea to the violent ones who wreak such havoc.
- By the time the maids got back from the shore, peacocks had wrecked havoc on the waiting food.
- The Fox miniseries 24: Live Another Day saw a massive drone wreak havoc on London.
- They must be kept away from flies—a fly can work havoc with a film in a few minutes.
- The laughing happy country girl—what havoc a few hours has made in that gay warm heart!
- I have known them arrive in early autumn, and do great havoc amongst the apples, which they cut up to get at the pips.
- Their borders you have wasted, and you have made great havoc in the land, and have got the dominion of many places in my kingdom.
- But, before the equinox, disease began to make fearful havoc in the little community.