• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wreck • a. & n. from Wreck, v.Found on http://thinkexist.com/dictionary/meaning/wrecking/
Wrecking is the practice of taking valuables from a shipwreck which has foundered close to shore. Often an unregulated activity of opportunity in coastal communities, wrecking has been subjected to increasing regulation and evolved into what is now known as marine salvage. Wrecking is no longer economically significant; however,...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wrecking_(shipwreck)
Wrecking (вредительство or vreditel`stvo, lit. `inflicting damage`, `harming`), was a crime specified in the criminal code of the Soviet Union in the Stalin era. It is often translated as `sabotage`; however, `wrecking`, `diversionist acts`, and `counter-revolutionary sabotage` were distinct sub-articles of Artic...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wrecking_(Soviet_crime)
Wreck'ing adjective & noun
, v. Wrecking car (Railway)
, a car fitted up with apparatus and implements for removing the wreck occasioned by an accident, as by a collision.
-- Wrecking pump
, a pump especially adapted for...
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