crash verb (HAVE AN ACCIDENT)
- Convinced the plane was about to crash, many people were sobbing and in hysterics.
- They had a narrow escape when their car crashed.
- The ill-fated aircraft later crashed into the hillside.
- The plane appeared to have crashed because of a mechanical problem.
- The plane crashed mere minutes after take-off.
crash verb (MAKE A NOISE)
crash verb (FAIL)
crash verb (SLEEP)
crash verb (ENTER WITHOUT PERMISSION)
crashnoun [ C ]uk /kræʃ/ us /kræʃ/
crash noun [ C ] (ACCIDENT)
a car crash 撞车事故
She had a crash on the way to work. 她在上班路上撞车了。
- Victims of the crash will be compensated for their injuries.
- Human error has been blamed for the air crash.
- There was an extended news bulletin because of the plane crash.
- The crash was caused by metal fatigue in one of the propeller blades.
- The barrier absorbed the main impact of the crash.