- v make into a powder by breaking up or cause to become dust
pulverize the grains
- v destroy completely
pulverize the rebellion before it gets out of hand
- v become powder or dust
- It could be a sign of just how traumatic 2005's Hurricane Katrina was that when Hurricane Gustav failed last week to fully pulverize New Orleans, it was news.
- If the nation that operated the satellite felt a need for military action, Von Braun's followers say, it could pulverize any other nation with atom-armed guided missiles shot down .
- Jet mills crush solid objects with highly pressurized air, and are most commonly used to pulverize plastics and pharmaceuticals.
News & Articles
- Podcast: What About Miguel Cabrera?
As Miguel Cabrera continues to pulverize MLB pitching, The Sports Retort marvels at how the sports world oddly seems to regard what he’s doing as not that big a deal. Plus a year of Tebow questions for Belichick and much more.
June 13, 2013 - Wall Street Journal Blogs
- Tzahi Hanegbi in USA Today
We have to overturn the Hamas regime, pulverize its military force and liquidate all of its leaders, without making an artificial distinction between those who wear suicide belts and those who wear diplomat suits,Tzahi Hanegbi tells the news...