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Spanish translation of “crash”

crash

verb
to drive or be driven violently (against, into)
chocar contra, estrellar, colisionar
He crashed (his car) His car crashed into a wall.
(of aircraft) to land or be landed in such a way as to be damaged or destroyed
estrellar(se)
His plane crashed in the mountains.
(of a business) to fail.
quebrar, fracasar
to force one’s way noisily (through, into)
abrirse camino/paso
He crashed through the undergrowth.
(of a computer) to stop working suddenly
bloquearse (un ordenador)
If the computer crashes, we may lose all our files.
(Definition of crash from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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