English to Vietnamese Meaning :: vandal

Vandal :
tiếng dùng để chỉ người phá hoại công trình mỹ thuật
người vandale ngày xưa
người vandale ngày xưaphá hoạihành động phá hoạivandalizesnhững kẻ phá hoại
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Noun(1) someone who willfully destroys or defaces property(2) a member of the Germanic people who overran Gaul and Spain and North Africa and sacked Rome in 455

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(1) The school has been damaged by vandals on a number of occasions over the last few years.(2) A woman today told of her horror after every room in her house was spray-painted by vandals .(3) Generous people have raised money to replace church windows that were destroyed by vandals .(4) A mother has hit out at vandals who damaged a memorial to her teenage daughter.(5) Police have pledged to step up patrols in a bid to get tough with the vandals .(6) Windows were smashed and the roof was damaged but the vandals failed to get into the building.(7) The Vandals occupied North Africa, successfully assimilating late Roman art.(8) At Carthage, the pirate kingdom of the Vandals outlived imperial Rome by several decades.(9) Following the decline of the Romans, the Vandals , Visigoths, and Byzantine Greeks successively set up their own empires.(10) Only weeks ago, vandals set fire to a portable toilet in a school playground.(11) When the Vandals launched a massive invasion of Gaul in 406, decades of fighting ensued, overstretching the Roman defences.(12) CCTV cameras will be installed and fencing will be erected to prevent vandals moving in.(13) A woman who is a repeat victim of car vandals has hit out against the yobs who damage property.(14) Residents have appealed for police patrols to be stepped up to rid an estate of yobs and vandals .(15) The skateboard park has already been targeted by vandals who smashed glass bottles over the site.(16) Why do mindless vandals frequently ruin our beautiful parks and public buildings?
Related Words
1. hoodlum ::
du côn
2. barbarian ::
Man rợ
3. thug ::
du côn
4. hooligan ::
bọn vô lại
5. delinquent ::
phạm tội
8. saboteur ::
Different Forms
vandal, vandalism, vandalize, vandalizes, vandals
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