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Spanish translation of “smash”

smash

verb /smӕʃ/
(sometimes with up) to (cause to) break in pieces or be ruined
romper, quebrar, hacer pedazos, arruinar
The plate dropped on the floor and smashed into little pieces This unexpected news had smashed all his hopes He had an accident and smashed up his car.
to strike with great force; to crash
estrellar(se)
The car smashed into a lamp-post.
smashing adjective marvellous; splendid
magnífico, maravilloso, estupendo
What a smashing idea! a smashing new bike.
smash hit noun a song, show etc that is a great success
gran éxito, exitazo
This play was a smash hit in New York.
(Definition of smash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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