English to Greek Dictionary

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  1. I

    Impair

    verb weaken or damage something (especially a human faculty or function).
  2. E

    Engulf

    Verb: of a natural force sweep over something so as to surround or cover it completely;...
  3. I

    Inundate

    Verb: overwhelm someone with things or people to be dealt with; flood. Example: We have been...
  4. S

    Submerge

    Verb: cause something to be under water; descend below the surface of an area of water....
  5. V

    Victory

    Noun: an act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle, game, or other competition....
  6. C

    Conquest

    Noun: the subjugation and assumption of control of a place or people by military force; a person...
  7. T

    Triumph

    Noun: a great victory or achievement; joy or satisfaction resulting from a success. Example:...
  8. D

    Deprecate

    Verb: express disapproval of. Example: The school deprecates the social mixing of older and...
  9. D

    Disparage

    Verb: regard or represent as being of little worth. Example: He never missed an opportunity to...
  10. C

    Censorious

    Adjective: severely critical of others. Example: The appointment of censorious watchdogs over...
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