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crash

noun [C]     /kræʃ/
VEHICLE
B1 an accident in which a vehicle hits something çarpışma, çarpma, kaza,taşıt/trafik kazası, a car/plane crash Accidents involving vehicles
NOISE
B2 a sudden, loud noise made when something falls or breaks bir şeyin düştüğünde/kırıldığında çıkan ses, gümbürtü, şangırtı I heard a crash and hurried into the kitchen.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
COMPUTER
when a computer or computer system suddenly stops working bilgisayarın/bilgisayar sisteminin çökmesi Failing and doing badly
BUSINESS
when the value of a country's businesses suddenly falls by a large amount çökme, iflas, batma He lost a lot of money in the stock market crash of 1929.Economics and the state of the economyValue and price decreases
(Definition of crash noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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