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Wreck (2)

verb derivation
to beat or win in somethoing something ridiculously one sided.
 
The connotation for wreck means to destroy or ruin so the derivation that has taken place employs this meaning in reference to something or someone else.
Etymology : Wreck is from the anglo=french wrec, from O.N. wrek. (etymonline.com)
Source : “The Hanszen basketball team has been wrecking.” Hanszenite, Nov. 14, 2010.
Last modified: 12 December 2010


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