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  • (of a vehicle) collide violently with an obstacle or another vehicle.
    E.g. a racing car had crashed, wrecking a safety barrier
  • move or cause to move with force, speed, and sudden loud noise.
    E.g. huge waves crashed down on to us
  • (of shares, a business, etc.) suddenly drop in value or fail.
    E.g. the shares crashed to 329p
  • (of a computer, computing system, or software) fail suddenly.
    E.g. the project was postponed because the computer crashed
  • enter (a party) without an invitation; gatecrash.
  • go to sleep, especially suddenly or in an improvised setting.
    E.g. what was it you said just before I crashed out ?
  • a violent collision, typically of one vehicle with another or with an object.
    E.g. a car crash
  • a sudden loud noise as of something breaking or hitting another object.
    E.g. he slammed the phone down with a crash
  • a sudden disastrous drop in the value or price of something.
    E.g. the 1987 stock-market crash
  • a sudden failure which puts a computer system out of action.
    E.g. system crashes are an everyday hazard
  • done rapidly or urgently and involving a concentrated effort.
    E.g. a crash course in Italian
  • with a sudden loud sound.
    E.g. crash went the bolt
  • a coarse plain linen, woollen, or cotton fabric.

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