Kill ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Kill ( verb )

  1. To cause the death of (a living being).
  2. To put an end to (an action or process).
  3. To destroy the vitality or liveliness of.
  4. To make unresponsive or incapable of working.

Origin:

From middle english kilen, from old english cwellan ("to kill, murder, put to death"), from proto-germanic *kwaljaną ("to kill"), from proto-indo-european *gʷel- ("to kill, die").

Examples:

  1. The hunter killed the deer with a single shot.
  2. The disease killed thousands of people.
  3. He killed the engine and got out of the car.
  4. The plant was killed by the harsh winter.
  5. Her cruel words killed my spirit.

(As a noun)

Kill ( noun )

  1. To cause the death of (a living being).
  2. To put an end to (an action or process).
  3. To destroy the vitality or liveliness of.
  4. To make unresponsive or incapable of working.

Origin:

From middle english kilen, from old english cwellan ("to kill, murder, put to death"), from proto-germanic *kwaljaną ("to kill"), from proto-indo-european *gʷel- ("to kill, die").

Examples:

  1. The hunter killed the deer with a single shot.
  2. The disease killed thousands of people.
  3. He killed the engine and got out of the car.
  4. The plant was killed by the harsh winter.
  5. Her cruel words killed my spirit.
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