Smite очки поколения

smite

(smīt)

v.smote(smōt), smit·ten(smĭt&#x;n) or smote, smit·ing, smites

v.tr.
1. smite очки поколения. To inflict a heavy blow on, with or as if with the hand, a tool, or a weapon.

b. To drive or strike (a weapon, for example) forcefully onto or into something else.

2.

smite очки поколения

To attack, smite очки поколения, or destroy by smite очки поколения as if by blows.

3.

a. To afflict: The population was smitten by the plague.

b. To afflict retributively; chasten or chastise.

4. To affect sharply with great feeling: He was smitten by deep remorse.

v.intr.

To deal a blow with or as if with the hand or a handheld weapon.


[Middle English smiten, from Old English smītan, to smear.]


smit&#x;er n.

smite

(smaɪt)
vb (mainly tr)smites, smiting, smote, smittenorsmit

1.

to strike with a heavy blow or blows

2. to damage with or as if with blows

3. to afflict or affect severely: smitten with flu.

4. to afflict in order to punish

5. (foll by: on) to strike forcibly or abruptly: the sun smote down on him.

[Old English smītan; related to Old High German smīzan to smear, Gothic bismeitan, Old Swedish smēta to daub]

ˈsmitern

smite

(sma&#;t)

v. smote, smit&#;ten or smit (sm&#;t) or smote, smit&#;ing.v.t.

1. to strike or hit hard, with or as if with the hand, a stick, or other weapon.

2. to deliver or deal smite очки поколения blow) by striking hard.

3. to strike down, injure, or slay.

4. to afflict or attack with deadly or disastrous effect: smitten smite очки поколения polio.

5.

to affect mentally, morally, or emotionally with a strong and sudden feeling: They were smite очки поколения with terror.

6. to impress favorably; enamor: He was smitten by her charms.

v.i.

7. to strike; deal a blow.

[before ; Middle English; Old English sm&#;tan to smear, defile, c. Old Frisian sm&#;ta, Old High German sm&#;zan, Gothic -smeitan]

smit&#;er,n.

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