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Italian translation of “collapse”

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collapse

verb
 
/kəˈlæps/ ( present participle collapsing, past tense and past participle collapsed)
to fall down, sometimes breaking into pieces
crollare, andare in rovina
The roof collapsed under the weight of the snow.
If someone collapses, they fall down, usually as a result of being sick or weak.
crollare (a terra)
He collapsed and died of a heart attack.
collapse
 
/kəˈlæps/ noun [no plural]
crollo, collasso
the collapse of a building during the earthquake
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