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1(a un personaje importante) asesinarto assassinate sb's character/reputation — acabar con / arruinar la reputación de algn
- It was the first time in modern history a Dutch political leader was assassinated.
- Absolutely none of which is a reason to assassinate anyone.
- A few months later he was assassinated in the midst of his army in October 1981.
- Neither did it mention the plans to assassinate the foreign secretary and leading British political figures.
- I'm going to interview the man that nobody has talked to, the man that has just been charge with assassinating the president.
- Through the same entrance now goes the man accused of assassinating the president.
- Two weeks ago a gunman nearly succeeded in assassinating the president.
- It would be my last if I am assassinated on the way out of the Town Hall.
- You can also see the car in which he was riding when he was assassinated in 1923.
- Both presidents were assassinated in office and both assassins used their middle names for preference.
- He was assassinated last week, though apparently not due to his views on immigration.
- Some of these fascists are crazy and one of them might well have assassinated her.
- The instructor puts a single bullet into a gun, and tells the first candidate, a man, to go and assassinate the person in the next room.
- I told him I thought it was the right decision, given that one of the chaps he met over there has been accused of trying to assassinate the President.
- At the top of the mountain, anti-cloning extremists assassinate him, and everyone else on board the helicopter, too.
- He announced that he knew of the existence of someone trying to assassinate him, which frightens him.
- Let's make that clear to our audience, lest they go running off and assassinate him in the courtroom.
- Well, I think it would be a terrible thing for us to say we're just going to go in and assassinate the guy.