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Noun
A forceful clash of two entities
“The structure fell towards the sidewall, and there was a loud and terrible smash.”
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The act of something breaking into pieces
“Visitors were aghast as they witnessed the smash of the historical timepiece.”
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The sound of something, or things, smashing or colliding forcefully
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“We heard a loud smash from inside, followed by a series of smaller crashes.”
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A violent collision or impact between vehicles
“Police are currently investigating the cause of the recent train smash.”
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A very successful song, film, show, or performer
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“The show was such a smash in London that Mendes revived it in Manhattan in 1998.”
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An accident, mistake, or problem
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A person's ruin or downfall
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A sudden and ignominious failure
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A sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals
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An impressively large or varied display of something
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A dramatic work for the stage or to be broadcast
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To cause to break open or into pieces
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“Keith Moon would throw his drumsticks into the audience and Pete Townshend would smash his guitar to pieces.”
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To completely destroy or devastate
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“A seismic shift is bound to occur in the characters' lives that will smash their hopes and dash the reader's expectations.”
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To forcefully strike or collide with
“Much to our horror, they began using a battering ram to smash the door.”
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To hit or attack (someone) very violently
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“The Celtic defender appeared to smash Fenwick across the face in a first-half clash that was missed by the referee.”
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To be convincingly victorious over
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“In a decidedly onesided contest, they would comprehensively smash their opponents five to nil.”
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To destroy or damage the value or quality of
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To defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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To cause to fail, or to make great attempts to
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To make or cause to make a continuous rattling sound
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To crush into a soft, wet, shapeless, and pulpy mass
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To make a loud, deep, resonant sound
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Make into paste
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Come down
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Make (meat) more tender by beating or slow cooking
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(especially of a vehicle) To move in a fast and uncontrolled manner
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To attack, especially by advancing suddenly and quickly
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Highly popular with consumers purchasing goods within a specific class
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