crash verb translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "crash" - English-Turkish dictionary

crash

verb
 
 
/kræʃ/
VEHICLE [I, T] B1 If a vehicle crashes, it hits something by accident, and if you crash a vehicle, you make it hit something by accident.
çarpmak, kaza yapmak, düşüp parçalanmak
The van skidded and crashed into a tree. Rick crashed his dad's car.Accidents involving vehicles
COMPUTER [I] B2 If a computer or computer system crashes, it suddenly stops working.
bilgisayar/bilgisayar sistemi çökmek
Computer conceptsNot functioning
crash against/on/through, etc to hit something and make a loud noise
çarpıp büyük bir ses/gürültü çıkarmak
The waves crashed against the rocks.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
LOUD NOISE [I] B2 to make a sudden, loud noise
büyük bir ses çıkarmak, gümbürdemek
Thunder crashed overhead.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
MONEY [I] If a financial market crashes, prices suddenly fall by a large amount.
(şirket) iflas etmek, çökmek, çözülmek
Starting, succeeding and failing in business
(Definition of crash verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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