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Translation of "smash" - English-Turkish dictionary

smash

verb     /smæʃ/
BREAK [I, T]
B2 to break into a lot of pieces with a loud noise, or to make something break into a lot of pieces with a loud noise ezmek, paramparça etmek, kırıp parçalamak Thieves smashed the shop window and stole $50,000 worth of computer equipment.Tearing and breaking into piecesDamaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
smash (sth) against/into/through, etc
to hit a hard object or surface with a lot of force, or to make something do this şiddetle çarpmak/vurmak The car skidded and smashed into a tree. He smashed the glass against the wall.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishingTearing and breaking into pieces
DESTROY [T]
to destroy a political or criminal organization ortadan kaldırmak, yok etmek, mahvetmek, canına okumak; kökünü kazımak attempts to smash a drug smuggling ringDestroying and demolishingDamaging and spoiling
(Definition of smash verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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