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  • The line became a sales smash, moving about one million units each year.
  • When it is smashed, care should be taken not to make pieces too small.
  • One shows his things; the other runs them down, and smashes them. Cited from Frenzied Fiction, by Stephen Leacock
  • The resulting tour was a smash, with almost every concert being sold out.
  • Three men smashed down one door and at least one exit was opened by people outside.
  • The group wore their hair long and smashed their equipment on-stage.
  • The first single, which the album was named after, became a smash hit both on radio and television.
  • He then pushed his father away, sending him smashing through the window to his death.
  • To ensure his death, he then smashed his head with a rock.
  • Near the end of the video water rises from the ground before smashing back down.
  • Another murder occurs, of a little old lady, also surrounded by smashed china.
  • They smashed the windows of a bank and those of many cars.
  • After some angry words, he smashes it and tells her he never wants to see her again.
  • The glass walls then fell away and smashed on the ground.
  • A couple of times things have been smashed, but no one has been hurt, so far.
  • Their mission was to smash their way through the ranks of enemy infantry.
  • When I think about it, I see that man's head, all smashed.
  • She recorded this live in occasion of tenth year of her smashing career.
  • While trying to catch up, he lost control of the car, smashed into a wall and retired.
  • It became a smash hit on the day of its release.
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Meaning of smash

  • noun A serious collision (especially of motor vehicles)
  • verb Hit hard
    He smashed a 3-run homer
  • verb Break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over
    Smash a plate
  • verb Hit violently
    She smashed her car against the guard rail
  • verb Hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
  • verb Collide or strike violently and suddenly
    The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail
  • verb Overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful)
    The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off
  • verb Break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow
    The window smashed
  • adverb With a loud crash
    the car went smash through the fence