Wreck (v. t. & n.): See 2d & 3d Wreak.
Wreck (v. t.): The destruction or injury of a vessel by being cast on shore, or on rocks, or by being disabled or sunk by the force of winds or waves; shipwreck.
Wreck (v. t.): Destruction or injury of anything, especially by violence; ruin; as, the wreck of a railroad train.
Wreck (v. t.): The ruins of a ship stranded; a ship dashed against rocks or land, and broken, or otherwise rendered useless, by violence and fracture; as, they burned the wreck.
Wreck (v. t.): The remain of anything ruined or fatally injured.
Wreck (v. t.): Goods, etc., which, after a shipwreck, are cast upon the land by the sea.
Wreck (v. t.): To destroy, disable, or seriously damage, as a vessel, by driving it against the shore or on rocks, by causing it to become unseaworthy, to founder, or the like; to shipwreck.
Wreck (v. t.): To bring wreck or ruin upon by any kind of violence; to destroy, as a railroad train.
Wreck (v. t.): To involve in a wreck; hence, to cause to suffer ruin; to balk of success, and bring disaster on.
Wreck (v. i.): To suffer wreck or ruin.
Wreck (v. i.): To work upon a wreck, as in saving property or lives, or in plundering.
Wreck (n): A ship that has been destroyed at sea
Wreck (n): A serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)
Wreck (n): An accident that destroys a ship at sea
Wreck (n): Something or someone that has suffered ruin or dilapidation
Wreck (v): Smash or break forcefully