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collapse

verb
 
/kəˈlæps/ ( present participle collapsing, past tense and past participle collapsed)
to fall down, sometimes breaking into pieces
esfondrar-se
The roof collapsed under the weight of the snow.
If someone collapses, they fall down, usually as a result of being sick or weak.
desplomar-se
He collapsed and died of a heart attack.
collapse
 
/kəˈlæps/ noun [no plural]
esfondrament
the collapse of a building during the earthquake
(Definition of collapse from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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