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Traducción de "crash" - Diccionario Inglés-Español


noun /krӕʃ/
a noise as of heavy things breaking or falling on something hard
estruendo, estrépito
I heard a crash, and looked round to see that he’d dropped all the plates.
a collision
colisión, choque, encontronazo
There was a crash involving three cars.
a failure of a business etc
the Wall Street crash.
a sudden failure of a computer
bloqueo (de un ordenador)
A computer crash is very costly.
crash helmet noun a covering for the head, worn for protection by racing-motorists, motor cyclists etc
casco protector
Wearing a crash helmet is compulsory when riding a motorcycle.
crash-land verb to land (an aircraft), usually in an emergency, with the undercarriage up
efectuar un aterrizaje forzoso
The plane was forced to crash land when it ran out of fuel.
(Definition of crash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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