“Obliterate” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Visa Inc. (V) Management Presents at Bank of America Securities 2020 Global Technology Conference (Transcript) →
I think what's happening here is those apprehensions are just being obliterated by COVID.
· Technique Critique: indulgently addictive web series dissects your favourite performances →
But what’s fascinating about Technique Critique is how often our strongly held dinner party opinions are obliterated by the actual experts: that accent you thought was hokey is actually a spot-on masterpiece of regional oral posture; the hacking scene that seemed like something out of an airport potboiler is actually true to life.
· 'No downside': Johnny Marr, Best Coast and Jason Isbell on how sobriety improves music →
“If you obliterate that, you’re denying yourself a great opportunity.” He became an active long-distance runner, and sped up in every sense.
· 6 steps you can take to be an activist, no matter your age →
Climate change threatens to obliterate its beauty, as it's already changing the Pacific Ocean's ecosystem, killing salmon, and destroying forests, Margolin explains.
· Serie C to conquerers of Europe: when star-studded Parma lived the dream →
They obliterated the competition, beating Bordeaux 7-2 on aggregate in the quarter-finals, Atlético Madrid 5-2 in the semis and Marseille 3-0 in the final.