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crash /kræʃ/ verb
crash noun [countable]


از کار افتادن ، پایان عملیات کامپیوتر ، توقف سیستم از طریق خرابی سخت افزاری یا اشتباه نرم افزاری ، قفل ، سرنگون ، متوقف ، شکستگی ، سقوط هواپیما ، خردکردن ، درهم شکستن ، ریز ریز شدن ، سقوط کردن هواپیما ، ناخوانده وارد شدن ، صدای بلند یا ناگهانی (در اثر شکستن) ، سقوط ، کامپیوتر: خرابی ، قانون ـ فقه: ورشکستگی ناگهانی ، علوم نظامی: تصادف خودرو برخورد به چیزی
الکترونیک: از کار افتادن ، پایان عملیات کامپیوتر ، توقف سیستم از طریق خرابی سخت افزاری یا اشتباه نرم افزاری ، قفل ، سرنگون ، متوقف ، شکستگی ، خرابی ، کامپیوتر: ورشکستگی ناگهانی ، حقوق: سقوط کردن ، سقوط هواپیما ، تصادف خودرو برخورد به چیزی ، علوم نظامی: خردکردن ، درهم شکستن ، ریز ریز شدن ، سقوط کردن هواپیما، ناخوانده وارد شدن ، صدای بلند یا ناگهانی( در اثر شکستن)، سقوط کامپیوتر: از کار افتادن سیستم

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

crash
[noun]
Synonyms:
- collision, accident, bump, pile-up (informal), prang (informal), smash, wreck
- smash, bang, boom, clang, clash, clatter, din, racket, thunder
- collapse, debacle, depression, downfall, failure, ruin
[verb]
Synonyms:
- collide, bump (into), crash-land (an aircraft), drive into, have an accident, hit, plough into, wreck
- collapse, be ruined, fail, fold, fold up, go belly up (informal), go bust (informal), go to the wall, go under
- hurtle, fall headlong, give way, lurch, overbalance, plunge, topple
Antonyms: skyrocket
Related Words: accident, collision
English Thesaurus: accident, crash, collision, a head-on collision, disaster, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. crash1 /kræʃ/ verb
[Date: 1300-1400; Origin: Probably from the sound]

1. CAR/PLANE ETC [intransitive and transitive] to have an accident in a car, plane etc by violently hitting something else ⇒ collide:
The jet crashed after take-off.
crash into/onto etc
The plane crashed into a mountain.
crash a car/bus/plane etc
He was drunk when he crashed the car.

2. HIT SOMEBODY/SOMETHING HARD [I, T always + adv/prep] to hit something or someone extremely hard while moving, in a way that causes a lot of damage or makes a lot of noise
crash into/through etc
A brick crashed through the window.
We watched the waves crashing against the rocks.
The plates went crashing to the ground.
A large branch came crashing down.

3. LOUD NOISE [intransitive] to make a sudden loud noise:
Thunder crashed and boomed outside.

4. COMPUTER [intransitive and transitive] if a computer crashes, or if you crash the computer, it suddenly stops working:
The system crashed and I lost three hours’ worth of work.

5. FINANCIAL [intransitive] if a stock market or shares crash, they suddenly lose a lot of value

6. SPORT [intransitive] British English to lose very badly in a sports event:
Liverpool crashed to their worst defeat of the season.

7. SLEEP [intransitive] spoken
a) to stay at someone’s house for the night:
Can I crash at your place on Saturday night?
b) (also crash out) to go to bed, or go to sleep very quickly, because you are very tired:
I crashed out on the sofa this afternoon.

8. PARTY [transitive] informal to go to a party that you have not been invited to:
We crashed Joe’s party yesterday.

9. crashing bore British English old-fashioned someone who is very boring

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. crash2 S3 noun [countable]

1. an accident in which a vehicle violently hits something else ⇒ collision
plane/car/rail crash
Forty-one people were killed in a plane crash.
a fatal crash (=one in which someone is killed)
crash between/with
She was involved in a head-on crash with a motorbike (=in which the front of one vehicle directly hits the front of another).
a motorway crash between a coach and a lorry
a crash victim

2. a sudden loud noise made by something falling, breaking etc:
I heard a loud crash.
with a crash
The branch came down with a crash.
crash of
a crash of thunder

3. an occasion when a computer or computer system suddenly stops working

4. an occasion on which the stocks and shares in a stock market suddenly lose a lot of value:
the stock market crash of October 1987

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

crash
noun
I. sudden loud noise
ADJ. almighty, deafening, great, loud, thunderous | distant | sickening, terrible There was a sickening crash as her head hit the ground.
VERB + CRASH hear
PREP. with a ~ The plates fell to the floor with an almighty crash.
~ of a distant crash of thunder
PHRASES a crash of thunder, the crash of the waves

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

crash
II. car/plane, etc. accident
ADJ. horrific, major, serious a major air crash
fatal | head-on | high-speed | car, coach, helicopter, plane, train | air, motorway, rail, road
VERB + CRASH cause
CRASH + VERB happen, occur | involve sth a crash involving two cars and a lorry
kill sb | claim sth The crash claimed three lives.
CRASH + NOUN victim | site | landing | barrier
PREP. in a/the ~ He was killed in a train crash.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

crash
III. business failure
ADJ. financial | bank, property, stock market the stock market crash of 1987
PREP. ~ in a crash in share prices

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

crash

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

crash
verb
BAD: The train couldn't stop in time and crashed with the truck.
GOOD: The train couldn't stop in time and crashed into the truck.
BAD: I lost control of the car and crashed a palm tree.
GOOD: I lost control of the car and crashed into a palm tree.

Usage Note:
crash into sth : 'The aircraft had crashed into the mountainside, leaving no survivors.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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