Word: crash

Category: crash

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Related words: crash

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Synonyms: crash

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Translations: crash

spanish
accidente


german
unfall, zusammenbruch, krachen, intensiv, zusammenstoß, ...

french
cliquetis, tamponnement, chute, effondrement, éboulement, ...

russian
крах, столкновение, катастрофа, грохотать, треск, ...

swedish
olycka

finnish
rytinä, paiskaantua, ryskyä, romahdus, ryske

czech
zhroucení, havárie, spadnout, pád, třesk, ...

polish
katastrofa, chrupot, kraksa, upadek, trzask, ...

hungarian
robaj, árzuhanás, házivászon

turkish
kaza

greek
πέφτω, κραχ, πάταγος, προσκρούω

ukrainian
гуркіт, розбити, обрушитися, падати, гуркотати

estonian
krahh

croatian
krah, prasak, lomljava, tresak, tresnuti, ...

icelandic
árekstur

lithuanian
dundėti, bankrotas

slovenian
treska

slovak
havárie, pád

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The meaning and "use of": crash

noun
  • a violent collision, typically of one vehicle with another or with an obstacle.
  • a sudden loud noise as of something breaking or hitting another object.
  • a sudden disastrous drop in the value or price of something, especially shares of stock.
  • a sudden failure which puts a system out of action.

verb
  • (of a vehicle) collide violently with an obstacle or another vehicle.
  • move or cause to move with force, speed, and sudden loud noise.
  • (of a business, a market, or a price) fall suddenly and disastrously in value.
  • (of a machine, system, or software) fail suddenly.
  • enter (a party) without an invitation or permission.
  • go to sleep, especially suddenly or in an improvised setting.

adjective
  • done rapidly or urgently and involving a concentrated effort.

adverb
  • with a sudden loud sound.

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