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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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References in classic literature ?
Her middle structure, covered by the bridge which bore him, his mate, the closed wheelhouse where a man was steering shut up with the fear of being swept overboard together with the whole thing in one great crash -- her middle structure was like a half-tide rock awash upon a coast.
The people in Laspara's rooms, holding their breath, listened to the desperate scuffling of four men all over the landing; thuds against the walls, a terrible crash against the very door, then all of them went down together with a violence which seemed to shake the whole house.
The growth in the construction and automotive industries throughout the world has played a huge part in providing the necessary momentum to the global crash barriers industry, after the economic slowdown between 2007 and 2009.
The primary difference between a crash and a near-crash is a successful evasive maneuver," the researchers wrote.
Before a crash test can be run technicians must place the conventional dummies in position--no easy task considering the size and inflexibility of the umbilical cable--and each channel must be tested to see that it is working.
The wreckage and remains in the desert west of Mojave were found last summer through the work of amateur ``wreck chasers,'' who scour the wilderness for old crash sites.
While Newman escaped his hair-raising crash with only bumps and braises, many NASCAR drivers have not been as lucky.
By conducting extensive crash tests at its indoor omni-directional Real World Crash Test Facility, applying advanced computer simulation technology, and leading the way with the introduction of motorcycle rider test dummies, Honda has gathered and analyzed a wide array of data on the behavior of motorcycles during collisions.
The Crash crew was set up near the Don River overpass, preparing to shoot the movie's climactic post-accident scene.
A second tip crash then gouges out silver atoms from the surface, without mixing them with tungsten from the tip.
The crash of Iran Air Tours was the second for a Tu-154M in 10 days, following the Aug.
A preliminary hearing date is to be set on Monday for the 87-year-old man charged with 10 counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence in connection with the Santa Monica Farmers' Market crash.
The last major airline crash in Ukraine also involved a Tu-154; in October 2001, a then-Siberia Airlines Tu-154 en route from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk was hit mistakenly by a Ukrainian missile, killing 78 passengers and crew.
9, 1953, Barbara Fant's mother, Jayne, heard a radio report of a midmorning jet crash just north of what was then San Fernando Valley Airport.