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crash1

crash1

 
pronunciation:
kraesh
parts of speech:
verb, noun
part of speech: verb
inflections: crashed, crashes, crashing
definition 1: to strike violently (against or through something) while riding or moving.
Superman crashed through the wall.He lost control of his bike and crashed into the fence.
similar words:
collide, plunge, slam, smash
definition 2: to break up or be destroyed by hitting against something noisily and violently; smash.
The airplane crashed in the mountains.
synonyms:
break, dash, smash
similar words:
shatter
definition 3: to make a loud noise as if being smashed.
Thunder crashed all around us.
similar words:
blast, clatter, explode
definition 4: to smash or destroy with great force and loud noise.
He crashed his new car during the snowstorm.
synonyms:
break, smash
similar words:
dash, shatter, wreck
definition 5: (informal) to enter without being invited or allowed.
I am afraid that my brother's friends will crash my party.
similar words:
break in, intrude into
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a loud noise of things breaking or colliding.
There was a huge crash when the shelf fell down.
synonyms:
clatter, racket, smash
similar words:
blast, explosion
definition 2: a violent impact or collision.
Luckily, no one was hurt in the car crash.
synonyms:
collision, smash, wreck
similar words:
shock
derivation: crasher (n.)