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Adjective
Forcibly separated into many pieces
“… the smashed figurine left bits of china all over the rug.”
Adjective
Intoxicated
Adjective
Drunk
Verb
Simple past tense for to cause to break open or into pieces by or as if by an explosive
“Keith Moon would throw his drumsticks into the audience and Pete Townshend would smash his guitar to pieces.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to bring to a complete end the physical soundness, existence, or usefulness of
“The Howard government was involved in a conspiracy with stevedoring companies to smash the Maritime Union of Australia several years ago.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to cause to break with violence and much noise
“She says that the insurance inspector has evidence that all the times that he's smashed up the car over the last year haven't been accidents.”
Verb
Simple past tense for violently knock down or crush inwards
“He did a war dance down the track as he had Trevor White caught at first slip by Byas and another jig followed when he smashed down Iain Sutcliffe's stumps to end the day.”
Verb
“The Celtic defender appeared to smash Paul Fenwick across the face in a first-half clash missed by referee Alan Freeland but captured by Sky TV cameras.”
Verb
Past participle for to cause to break open or into pieces by or as if by an explosive
“Keith Moon would throw his drumsticks into the audience and Pete Townshend would smash his guitar to pieces.”
Verb
Past participle for to bring to a complete end the physical soundness, existence, or usefulness of
“The Howard government was involved in a conspiracy with stevedoring companies to smash the Maritime Union of Australia several years ago.”
Verb
Past participle for to cause to break with violence and much noise
“She says that the insurance inspector has evidence that all the times that he's smashed up the car over the last year haven't been accidents.”
Verb
Past participle for violently knock down or crush inwards
“He did a war dance down the track as he had Trevor White caught at first slip by Byas and another jig followed when he smashed down Iain Sutcliffe's stumps to end the day.”
Verb
“The Celtic defender appeared to smash Paul Fenwick across the face in a first-half clash missed by referee Alan Freeland but captured by Sky TV cameras.”
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