обломок ; осколок ;
разбить вдребезги; разбивать; раздробить; разбиться вдребезги; расстраивать; расшатывать; разрушать; поколебать
- Way back in the middle ages its lonely church was a link with one of the wealthiest, and eventually most corrupt, of religious orders - an order which, it has been suggested, could have shattered, and indeed, still could shatter Christianity to its foundations.
- If governments really want to shatter the world economy, January 1991 would be an unusually good time to start.
- Long Talking Bad Conditions Blues (1979) makes a virtue out of the condition of "accelerated shatter" he had located in his earlier novels by attempting to link the diverse aspects of his text within a verbal flow, a "stream of language" introduced by a twelve-page unpunctuated single sentence.
- Gabriel has ousted it as a skyscraper will fragment a cloud, as a charging bull will shatter the morning mist, as a massive ink-stain will erase a delicate sketch.
- They heard, through the thunder, one of the great yemery trees shatter.
- A flick of a switch and the flashing blue lights and two-tone horns shatter the relative peace of the night.
- She watched her mother shatter into a million pieces.
- On the other hand, the arrival of an adult "observer" or "intruder" may shatter the illusion and bring the play to a halt.
- In this respect the mantle rocks resemble pitch or brittle toffee, which will shatter at a sudden blow, but will bend easily if flexed slowly and continuously.
- There was a tension in the air, as if they were sailing within a millimetre-thin glass bowl that was about to shatter.
- Kafka wrote that a book should be an axe to shatter the frozen sea within us; Eliot said that we should properly "find Othello or Lear frightful".
- Unease returns to shatter her friendly complicity and she jumps up.
- Not only do these shatter on hard impact, but the edges have been known to nip off any parts straying outside when an incoming kick is struck home.