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smash, crash
n. the act of colliding with something; "his crash through the window"; "the fullback's smash into the defensive line"
crash
n. (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative; "the crash occurred during a thunderstorm and the system has been down ever since"
collapse, crash
n. a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)
disk crash, head crash, crash
n. failure of the computer system which causes a physical destruction of the hard disk and the destruction of data
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doss down, crash, doss
v. sleep in a convenient place; "You can crash here, though it's not very comfortable"
crash, go down
v. stop operating; "My computer crashed last night"; "The system goes down at least once a week"
crash
v. cause to crash; "The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace"; "Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost"
gate-crash, barge in, crash
v. enter uninvited; informal; "let's crash the party!"
crash
v. move violently as through a barrier; "The terrorists crashed the gate"
crash
v. make a sudden loud sound; "the waves crashed on the shore and kept us awake all night"
crash
v. occupy, usually uninvited; "My son's friends crashed our house last weekend"
crash
v. stop running or abort unexpectedly
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crash
adj. highly concentrated or intense: "a crash course"
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strength, forcefulness, force
n. physical energy or intensity; "he hit with all the force he could muster"; "it was destroyed by the strength of the gale"; "a government has not the vitality and forcefulness of a living man"
deficiency, inadequacy, insufficiency
n. lack of an adequate quantity or number; "the inadequacy of unemployment benefits"
accident
n. an unfortunate mishap; especially one causing damage or injury
cataclysm, tragedy, disaster, catastrophe, calamity
n. an event resulting in great loss and misfortune; "the whole city was affected by the irremediable calamity"; "the earthquake was a disaster"
downfall, fall
n. a sudden decline in strength or number or importance; "the fall of the House of Hapsburg"
disintegration, annihilation
n. total destruction; "bomb tests resulted in the annihilation of the atoll"
wipeout, demolition, destruction
n. an event (or the result of an event) that completely destroys something
ruination, ruin
n. an event that results in destruction
collapse
n. a natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in; "the roof is in danger of collapse"; "the collapse of the old star under its own gravity"
clap, clack
n. a sharp abrupt noise as if two objects hit together; may be repeated
thunder
n. a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning
jangle, jingle
n. a metallic sound; "the jingle of coins"; "the jangle of spurs"
paradiddle, drum roll, roll
n. the sound of a drum (especially a snare drum) beaten rapidly and continuously
rolling, roll, pealing, peal
n. a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
roar
n. the sound made by a lion
rumble
n. a servant's seat (or luggage compartment) in the rear of a carriage
thunderclap
n. a single sharp crash of thunder
indentation
n. the act of cutting into an edge with toothlike notches or angular incisions
pin, fall
n. when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
black eye, blow, setback, reversal, reverse
n. an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
decline, decay
n. a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
wane, ebbing, ebb
n. a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number)
worsening
n. changing something with the result that it becomes worse
crack-up, breakdown
n. a mental or physical breakdown
raptus, ictus, seizure
n. a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease; "he suffered an epileptic seizure"
cerebrovascular accident, apoplexy, stroke, CVA
n. a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain
failure, bankruptcy
n. inability to discharge all your debts as they come due; "the company had to declare bankruptcy"; "fraudulent loans led to the failure of many banks"
mussiness, muss, messiness, mess
n. a state of confusion and disorderliness; "the house was a mess"; "she smoothed the mussiness of the bed"
fuddle, mare's nest, smother, welter, muddle, jumble, clutter
n. a confused multitude of things
burst outward, explode, burst
v. burst outward, usually with noise; "The champagne bottle exploded"
shatter
v. cause to break into many pieces; "shatter the plate"
smash
v. hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
sliver, splinter
v. break up into splinters or slivers; "The wood splintered"
crush
v. become injured, broken, or distorted by pressure; "The plastic bottle crushed against the wall"
fold up, fold
v. become folded or folded up; "The bed folds in a jiffy"
misfunction, malfunction
v. fail to function or function improperly; "the coffee maker malfunctioned"
bust, snap, rupture, tear
v. separate or cause to separate abruptly; "The rope snapped"; "tear the paper"
soak
v. submerge in a liquid; "I soaked in the hot tub for an hour"
bump
v. dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward; "bump and grind"
infiltrate
v. pass into or through by filtering or permeating; "the substance infiltrated the material"
impinge, infringe, encroach
v. advance beyond the usual limit
shoot, flash, scud, scoot, dash, dart
v. run or move very quickly or hastily; "She dashed into the yard"
shoot, flash, scud, scoot, dash, dart
v. run or move very quickly or hastily; "She dashed into the yard"
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invade
v. penetrate or assault, in a harmful or injurious way; "The cancer had invaded her lungs"
intensified
adj. made more intense; "the intensified scrutiny of the candidate's background"
big, bad
adj. very intense; "a bad headache"; "in a big rage"; "had a big (or bad) shock"; "a bad earthquake"; "a bad storm"
blood-and-guts
adj. marked by great zeal or violence; "real blood-and-guts fiction"; "blood-and-guts football"
concentrated
adj. intensely focused; "her concentrated passion held them at bay"
overwhelming, consuming
adj. very intense; "politics is his consuming passion"; "overwhelming joy"
keen, exquisite
adj. intense or sharp; "suffered exquisite pain"; "felt exquisite pleasure"
wicked, terrible, severe
adj. intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality; "severe pain"; "a severe case of flu"; "a terrible cough"; "under wicked fire from the enemy's guns"; "a wicked cough"
wild, violent
adj. (of colors or sounds) intensely vivid or loud; "a violent clash of colors"; "her dress was a violent red"; "a violent noise"; "wild colors"; "wild shouts"
violent, big, heavy, high
adj. marked by intense physical force: "a big wind"; "a violent squall"; "heavy seas"; "high winds"
raging
adj. very severe; "a raging thirst"; "a raging toothache"
intensive, concentrated
adj. characterized by a high degree or intensity; often used as a combining form; "the questioning was intensive"; "intensive care"; "research-intensive"; "a labor-intensive industry"
intensive
adj. characterized by a high degree or intensity; often used as a combining form; "the questioning was intensive"; "intensive care"; "research-intensive"; "a labor-intensive industry"
main
adj. of force; of the greatest possible intensity; "by main strength"
strong
adj. not faint or feeble; "a strong odor of burning rubber"
deep, thick
adj. (of darkness) very intense; "thick night"; "thick darkness"; "a face in deep shadow"; "deep night"
thickening
adj. becoming more intricate or complex; "a thickening plot"
unabated
adj. continuing at full strength or intensity; "the winds are unabated"; "the popularity of his books among young people continued unabated"
uttermost, extreme, utmost
adj. of the greatest possible degree or extent or intensity; "extreme cold"; "extreme caution"; "extreme pleasure"; "utmost contempt"; "to the utmost degree"; "in the uttermost distress"
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  • Verbs
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  • Adverbs
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  • Adjectives
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  • Synonyms
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