rauts, sagrāve, sakāve, paniska bēgšanapilnīgi sakaut, piespiest bēgt, izrakņāt
Noun(1) a disorderly crowd of people(2) an overwhelming defeat
Verb(1) cause to flee(2) dig with the snout(3) make a groove in(4) defeat disastrously
(1) This corridor would connect Sligo, Galway, Limerick and Cork and open up rail services to towns along the now largely abandoned railway route .(2) The following year the Government launched a public consultation process for a route from Tallaght to Dundrum via the city centre.(3) When e-mail arrives in your inbox - or any of the folders into which you route your mail - SpamNet compares it with a database of known spam.(4) bus route(5) She followed her in stages - waiting further along the escape route each night - all the way back to her refuge in the park.(6) Both recognized that in the second half of the twentieth century the best way to succeed in theatre was via the nonprofit route .(7) How H pylori is usually acquired and its route of transmission are unknown.(8) The idea assumes that most people, most of the time, will take the simplest route to their destination.(9) The route will shorten travel time between Hong Kong and New York from 33 days to 26 days.(10) If we can simply preserve as much of that wealth as we can, and use it as efficiently as possible, then we are a long way down the route to financial independence.(11) Significant rates of debt reduction by way of the bankruptcy route have consequences that can only be called catastrophic.(12) the scenic route from Florence to Siena(13) The carriage awaited him, and as soon as he was aboard, he continued his route to his destination of the estate.(14) Going the blazing guns route almost always resulted in extreme failure for me.(15) I'm not someone who believes that working long hours is the route to riches.(16) When Douglass makes his first escape attempt, he plans a route on the Chesapeake Bay.
(1) rout out :: rauts ārā
1. retreat ::
2. crushing defeat ::
3. rabble ::
4. put to flight ::
likts uz lidojumu
5. expel ::
6. gouge ::
7. rootle ::
8. spread-eagle ::
rout, router, routers, routs
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