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collapse

verb /kəˈlӕps/
to fall down and break into pieces
derrumbarse
The bridge collapsed under the weight of the traffic.
(of a person) to fall down especially unconscious, because of illness, shock etc
sufrir un colapso
She suffered a heart attack and collapsed.
to break down, fail
fracasar
The talks between the two countries have collapsed.
to fold up or to (cause to) come to pieces (intentionally)
plegarse
Do these chairs collapse?
collapsible adjective able to be folded up etc
plegable
These tables are collapsible.
(Definition of collapse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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