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To make a sudden loud noise
“Thunder and lightning would crash in the distance, waking Hamish and Mary from their slumber.”
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To come into, or cause to come into, forceful contact with something
“Officers said they observed the vehicle crash into a street sign at the intersection.”
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To fall down or plummet from an elevated position
“One can only wonder if Thelma and Louise's car did, in fact, crash to the ground after hurtling off a canyon.”
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To decrease or fall to a lower level, especially sharply or suddenly
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“Before the panic of 1893 ended, a quarter of America's railroads would fail, and steel prices would crash.”
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To fail, collapse or stop functioning, especially suddenly
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“After installing the software, my computer would repeatedly crash inexplicably.”
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To go bankrupt
“Steve knew the business would crash, and Jenna and the children would then be left homeless.”
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To cause significant damage to something
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“He then decides to crash his car so his wife can collect the insurance.”
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To show up (to an event or party) without an invitation
“We tried to crash the party, but the bouncers wouldn't let us in.”
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To move or proceed forward by force
“Hold that line until we get the men and guns, so that, all together, we can crash our way through the western front.”
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To lie down or go to bed with the intention of sleeping
“We arrived home safely late in the night and decided it was well time to crash.”
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To stay somewhere temporarily
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“I decided to crash at Jenna's place since I was too drunk to drive home.”
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(of a business) To go bankrupt
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To hit or strike heavily, especially with the fist or a blunt implement
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To stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
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To stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
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Goes into receivership
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To forcefully or illegally enter or encroach on the domain of others
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(of a business or operation) To stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
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Crackle
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(of a business) Go out of business
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To intrude or interfere on a conversation or activity
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To cause something to stop functioning altogether
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To push or force (someone or something) violently and suddenly into a particular physical position or state
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To force (something) into or through a restricted space
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To flow in a stream
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To loot, plunder or invade by force
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(of an action or event) To prevent from happening
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(call on/round/at) To make a brief, usually social, visit
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Plural for a sudden loud noise as of something breaking or hitting another object
“Everyone at the table winced as they heard the bathroom door slam, and a crash as something fell.”
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Plural for a forceful collision or impact between two objects
“There was a loud crash against the door from the other side.”
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Plural for an accident or collision involving moving vehicles
“A level crossing keeper has been suspended after yesterday's rail crash in Lincolnshire.”
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Plural for a (typically sudden) failure or collapse
“Two senators have admitted to having sold stock just before the crash of the stock market.”
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Plural for the bankruptcy, closure or failure of a business
“Last night, the high-flying Sydney millionaire struggled to explain the crash of the business he had built from nothing.”
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Plural for a computer system or software failure
“A crash of the server would be observed at regular intervals due to hardware failure.”
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Plural for a forceful hit or strike
“Arthur stood up and hit the desk with a tremendous crash using his fist.”
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Plural for a sound or noise, typically loud, unpleasant and prolonged
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Plural for a sudden or dramatic deterioration or decrease
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Plural for a great and sudden disaster or misfortune
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Plural for an act of dropping or falling downwards
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Plural for a loss of significance or power in relation to another person or thing
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Plural for the act or state of destroying or being destroyed, especially completely
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Plural for the act or instance of being defeated or failing
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Plural for a loud, deep sound uttered by a person, crowd or animal
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Plural for the state of being bankrupt
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Plural for a failure to function normally
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Plural for a short sleep, an extra sleep, a nap
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Plural for complete and sudden withdrawal from an addictive substance
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Plural for a sudden occurrence of something unwelcome, such as war or disease
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Plural for a sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals
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Plural for a thing that can be heard
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