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Synonyms for collapse

Synonyms for collapse

to fall in

to suddenly lose all health or strength

to give way mentally and emotionally

to undergo sudden financial failure

to undergo capture, defeat, or ruin

a sudden sharp decline in mental, emotional, or physical health

an abrupt disastrous failure

a disastrous overwhelming defeat or ruin

Synonyms for collapse

an abrupt failure of function or complete physical exhaustion

a natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in

the act of throwing yourself down

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

collapse due to fatigue, an illness, or a sudden attack

fold or close up

fall apart

suffer a nervous breakdown

lose significance, effectiveness, or value

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nausea, circulatory collapse, and urticaria) are described in 0.
After a series of further complications, on July 25 - just 30 hours after he was born - he suffered a circulatory collapse and was starved of oxygen for between 10 and 25 minutes, causing significant brain damage.
Reports show Daniel was not ventilated and when he suffered a circulatory collapse, medics starved him of oxygen for between 10 and 25 minutes, causing permanent and significant damage to his brain.
The patient died of refractory cardiac dysrhythmia and circulatory collapse approximately 36 hours after the first signs of propofol infusion syndrome appeared.
Unfortunately, continued use of these drugs could lead to medical problems such as addiction and, worse, circulatory collapse.
Unfortunately, continued use of these drugs proved addictive and could lead to circulatory collapse.
I would think he had a major circulatory collapse which was possibly caused by the rupture of a major artery, probably a ruptured aorta.
If a patient drinks alcohol when taking disulfiram, he or she will experience sweating, headache, tachycardia, and decreases in blood pressure, potentially leading to circulatory collapse and death.
There is circulatory collapse and it is crucial to get medical help within minutes or inject adrenaline immediately.
In several animals (~40% of the animals), a decrease in systolic blood pressure was observed, but no dramatic drop in blood pressure, resulting in circulatory collapse, was observed.
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