crash

All Noun Verb
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  • Because of the weather, no one reached the crash site until later in the morning.
  • The train then crashes head-on into another one coming the other way.
  • Two trains could be on the same track at the same time and crash.
  • Later, he wrote about the crash in his first published work.
  • Two schools of thought developed about the cause of the crash.
  • The head-on crash occurred in the early hours of the morning.
  • Flight numbers are often taken out of use after a crash or a serious incident.
  • Germany experienced a major turning point in this year due to the economic crash.
  • Also, with the recent housing crash there have been no changes to these numbers.
  • He found the car difficult to drive and crashed against a guard rail.
  • Her east-bound train crashed head-on into a west-bound train.
  • A few remains can be found on the crash site.
  • If a player is unable to move according to these rules, the player has crashed.
  • The game sometimes crashes when is played for a large number of in-game seasons.
  • He finished the race in sixth place, despite crashing on the final stage.
  • The crash site itself is a half mile away toward the southwest.
  • A fifth is possibly hit and later crashes en route back to base.
  • As she looks around, a dark figure crashes through the door at her.
  • The crash left all three passengers dead, as well as the family that was in the house.
  • One by one, the members of the pre-crash band have left, been forced out, or have died.
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Meaning of crash

  • noun A serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)
    they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane
  • noun A sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)
  • noun The act of colliding with something
    his crash through the window, the fullback's smash into the defensive line
  • noun (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative
    the crash occurred during a thunderstorm and the system has been down ever since
  • verb Fall or come down violently
    The branch crashed down on my car, The plane crashed in the sea
  • verb Move with, or as if with, a crashing noise
    The car crashed through the glass door
  • verb Undergo damage or destruction on impact
    the plane crashed into the ocean, The car crashed into the lamp post
  • verb Move violently as through a barrier
    The terrorists crashed the gate
  • verb Break violently or noisily; smash;
  • verb Occupy, usually uninvited
    My son's friends crashed our house last weekend
  • verb Make a sudden loud sound
    the waves crashed on the shore and kept us awake all night
  • verb Cause to crash
    The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace, Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost
  • verb Hurl or thrust violently
    He dashed the plate against the wall, Waves were dashing against the rock
  • verb Undergo a sudden and severe downturn
    the economy crashed, will the stock market crash again?
  • verb Stop operating
    My computer crashed last night, The system goes down at least once a week