Translation of "crash" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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crashverb

uk /kræʃ/ us /kræʃ/

crash verb (HAVE AN ACCIDENT)

B1 [ I or T ] If a vehicle crashes or someone crashes it, it is involved in an accident, usually a serious one in which the vehicle is damaged and someone is hurt.

撞(車);撞毀,撞壞;墜毀
We skidded on the ice and crashed. 我們在冰上打滑撞了(另一輛)車。
The plane crashed into a mountainside. 飛機撞到了山坡上。
Her brother borrowed her motorbike and crashed it. 她弟弟借用她的摩托車,結果給撞壞了。

More examples

  • 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)

[ I or T, usually + adv/prep ] to hit something, often making a loud noise or causing damage

(使)猛撞(常發出巨大聲響或造成破壞)
We could hear waves crashing on/against the shore. 我們能聽到海浪嘩嘩地拍打著海岸。
Suddenly, cymbals crashed and the orchestra began playing. 突然,鐃鈸聲砰然響起,樂隊開始了演奏。
A dog came crashing through the bushes. 狗嗖的一聲躥過灌木叢。
Without warning, the tree crashed through the roof. 在毫無前兆的情況下,那棵樹轟隆一下子壓塌了屋頂。

crash verb (FAIL)

C1 [ I ] If something such as a business crashes, it suddenly fails or becomes unsuccessful.

(公司等)垮枱,破産,崩潰,崩盤
Investors were seriously worried when the stock market began to crash. 股市開始狂跌,投資者們人心惶惶。

B2 [ I ] If a computer or system crashes, it suddenly stops operating.

(電腦或系統)癱瘓,死機
My laptop's crashed again. 我的筆記型電腦又死機了。

crash verb (SLEEP)

[ I ] informal to sleep at someone else's house for the night, especially when you have not planned it

(尤指事先無計劃而留在別人家裡)過夜,睡覺
They crashed on my floor after the party. 派對後他們在我家打了地鋪。

crash verb (ENTER WITHOUT PERMISSION)

[ T ] informal to go to a party or other event without an invitation

(未經邀請)擅自闖入(派對等)
We tried to crash the party, but the bouncers wouldn't let us in. 我們想闖進去參加派對,可是保安攔住了我們。
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crashnoun [ C ]

uk /kræʃ/ us /kræʃ/

crash noun [ C ] (ACCIDENT)

B1 an accident involving a vehicle, usually a serious one in which the vehicle is damaged or someone is hurt

撞車事故;失事
a car crash 撞車事故
She had a crash on the way to work. 她在上班路上撞車了。
They were only slightly injured in the crash. 他們在撞車事故中只受了點輕傷。

More examples

  • 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.

crash noun [ C ] (NOISE)

B2 a sudden loud noise made when something breaks or falls

(物體破裂或掉落時發出的)哢嚓聲,嘩啦聲
I heard a loud crash in the kitchen. 我聽見廚房裡嘩啦一聲巨響。
The vase landed on the floor with a crash. 花瓶砰的一聲掉在了地板上。

crash noun [ C ] (FAILURE)

C1 a sudden large fall in the value of a country's businesses

狂跌;倒閉,破産
They lost a lot of money in the Stock Market crash. 股市暴跌讓他們損失了很多錢。

a situation when a computer or system suddenly stops operating

(電腦或系統的)突然癱瘓,死機
a computer crash 電腦癱瘓

crashadjective [ before noun ]

uk /kræʃ/ us /kræʃ/ UK informal

quick and involving a lot of effort

迅速全面的;速成的;應急的
The company undertook a crash programme of machine replacement. 公司採取了更換機器的應急方案。

(Translation of “crash” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)