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Synonyms for crash

Synonyms for crash

to undergo wrecking

to come together or come up against with force

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to strike, set down, or close in such a way as to make a loud noise

to strike together with a loud, harsh noise

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to undergo sudden financial failure

to go to bed

a loud striking together

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a forceful movement causing a loud noise

a wrecking of a vehicle

violent forcible contact between two or more things

an abrupt disastrous failure

designed to meet emergency needs as quickly as possible

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Synonyms for crash

a loud resonant repeating noise

a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)

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a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)

the act of colliding with something

(computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative

fall or come down violently

move with, or as if with, a crashing noise

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undergo damage or destruction on impact

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move violently as through a barrier

break violently or noisily

occupy, usually uninvited

make a sudden loud sound

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enter uninvited

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hurl or thrust violently

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undergo a sudden and severe downturn

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sleep in a convenient place

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There is nothing pleasing about this whole event,'' Mark Miller, who suffered broken legs in the crash, told KCAL (Channel 9) on Friday.
During a crash, the inertia of his head could be deadly.
The crash sensors which monitor acceleration changes are attached to the front fork legs to optimize the quickness and accuracy of their detection of frontal impacts.
Cronenberg says his script for Crash, unlike his loose adaptation of Naked Lunch, "became a distillation of the book.
Economists still differ on whether the Crash caused the Depression, but Americans at the time thought it had.
These portfolio investments, primarily in domestic government bonds, were the key cause of the August 1998 crash.
A third unit obtains an aircraft accident kit from police headquarters, before responding to the crash site.
I'd like to think that Crash lies in the tradition of that type of cautionary tale.
Jordan, who operates a Web site about airplane wrecks in the mountains and deserts of California and has co-written a book about them, discovered the B-24's crash site after a search that began in 2001.
Phone records were used to compare phone use 10 minutes before an actual crash occurred with use by the same driver during the prior week, the IIHS said.
Engineers must coordinate all new air bag technology with the advanced seat belt features that are also under development, such as automatic tightening at the start of a crash.
A private citizen in the area immediately notified local authorities that he had witnessed the crash of an airliner.
The car crash is a fertilizing rather than a destructive event," declares Vaughan, the scarred scientist-photographer, who spells out the credo of film perhaps too literally, as "something we are all intimately involved in--the reshaping of the human body by modern technology.
The likelihood of light local vehicles being involved in a crash was 17 percent greater in December 2005 than in January 2006.
US National Transportation Safety Board dispatched a team of investigators to Nigeria to assist in determining the cause of Sunday's ADC Airlines 737-200 crash in Abuja that reportedly killed 98 of 106 on board and one farmer on the ground.