PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

Singular
crash

Plural
crashes

  1. (countable) A crash is something that happens between things. Something that comes together.
    I saw a horrible crash on my way home. Two cars had hit each other.
  2. (countable) A crash is a loud sound like a clang that happens when two things hit each other.
    I heard the crash of the cymbals clearly.

AdjectiveEdit

Positive
crash

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. If something is crash, it is very quick; it is very fast.

VerbEdit

Plain form
crash

Third-person singular
crashes

Past tense
crashed

Past participle
crashed

Present participle
crashing

  1. (transitive) If something crashes, it hits something else. This could be the ground.
    We crashed into each other because we were not looking.
    The plane crashed (hit the ground), killing everyone on it.
  2. (transitive) If you crash something, you cause it to hit something.
    I crashed my car. Now I have to walk.
  3. (transitive) (slang) If you crash somewhere, you sleep there.
    I'm too tired to get home, could I just crash here?
  4. (transitive) (slang) If you crash, you were on drugs and are now tired or sick because the drugs are gone.
    He felt so good when he was high, but when he crashed he wanted to die.

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