Associations to the word «Crash»
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CRASH, noun. An automobile, airplane, or other vehicle accident.
CRASH, noun. A computer malfunction that is caused by faulty software, and makes the system either partially or totally inoperable.
CRASH, noun. A loud sound as made for example by cymbals.
CRASH, noun. A sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)
CRASH, noun. A comedown of a drug.
CRASH, noun. A group of rhinoceroses.
CRASH, noun. Dysphoria
CRASH, adjective. Quick, fast, intensive
CRASH, verb. (transitive) To collide with something destructively, fall or come down violently.
CRASH, verb. (transitive) To severely damage or destroy something by causing it to collide with something else.
CRASH, verb. (transitive) (slang) (via gatecrash) To attend a social event without invitation.
CRASH, verb. (transitive) (management) To accelerate a project or a task or its schedule by devoting more resources to it.
CRASH, verb. (intransitive) To make or experience informal temporary living arrangements.
CRASH, verb. To give, as a favor.
CRASH, verb. (slang) To lie down for a long rest, sleep or nap, as from tiredness or exhaustion.
CRASH, verb. (computing) (software) (intransitive) To terminate extraordinarily.
CRASH, verb. (computing) (software) (transitive) To cause to terminate extraordinarily.
CRASH, verb. (intransitive) To experience a period of depression and/or lethargy after a period of euphoria, as after the euphoric effect of a psychotropic drug has dissipated.
CRASH, noun. (fibre) Plain linen.
CRASH AND BURN, verb. (idiomatic) To fail utterly.
CRASH BARRIER, noun. A barrier on the side of a road, to keep vehicles on the road.
CRASH BARRIERS, noun. Plural of crash barrier
CRASH BOX, noun. A device used to produce a crashing sound in a theatrical production, typically a large crate containing breakable materials.
CRASH BOX, noun. A black box (flight data recorder).
CRASH BOX, noun. A crash gearbox.
CRASH BOXES, noun. Plural of crash box
CRASH CART, noun. (informal) (emergency medicine) A portable set of trays, drawers and shelves containing equipment and medication used in a medical emergency
CRASH CARTS, noun. Plural of crash cart
CRASH COURSE, noun. (idiomatic) A quick, intense course of learning, especially one which is informal or hurried.
CRASH COURSES, noun. Plural of crash course
CRASH CYMBAL, noun. A cymbal that produces a loud, sharp crash, used for occasional accents.
CRASH DIET, noun. A diet that is extreme in its nutritional deprivations, typically severely restricting calorie intake in order to achieve rapid weight loss.
CRASH DIETS, noun. Plural of crash diet
CRASH GEARBOX, noun. (automotive) (informal) A transmission with a sliding mesh, used in older vehicles; gear changes are often accompanied by loud noises.
CRASH HELMET, noun. A helmet worn by motorcyclists worn to protect the head in case of an accident.
CRASH HELMETS, noun. Plural of crash helmet
CRASH HOT, adjective. (slang) (Australia) (New Zealand) Very good, excellent; very well.
CRASH LAND, verb. To land an aircraft or spacecraft in an emergency, either in an inappropriate place or under dangerous conditions; usually results in damage to the craft and the possibility of loss of life.
CRASH LANDING, noun. The landing of an aircraft or spacecraft in an emergency, either in an inappropriate place or under dangerous circumstances
CRASH LANDINGS, noun. Plural of crash landing
CRASH OUT, verb. To be eliminated.
CRASH OUT, verb. To fall asleep
CRASH SPACE, noun. A place where one may crash (stay informally).
CRASH TEST, noun. A test of crashworthiness, usually involving the controlled crashing of a vehicle with dummies in place of human passengers.
CRASH TEST DUMMY, noun. An anthropomorphic mannequin designed to be used for experiments in vehicle collisions, to see the effects on human occupants
CRASH TESTS, noun. Plural of crash test
CRASH TROLLEY, noun. (UK) (emergency medicine) crash cart
CRASH, noun. A loud resonant repeating noise; "he could hear the clang of distant bells".
CRASH, noun. A serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles); "they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane".
CRASH, noun. A sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures).
CRASH, noun. The act of colliding with something; "his crash through the window"; "the fullback's smash into the defensive line".
CRASH, noun. (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative; "the crash occurred during a thunderstorm and the system has been down ever since".
CRASH, verb. Fall or come down violently; "The branch crashed down on my car"; "The plane crashed in the sea".
CRASH, verb. Move with, or as if with, a crashing noise; "The car crashed through the glass door".
CRASH, verb. Undergo damage or destruction on impact; "the plane crashed into the ocean"; "The car crashed into the lamp post".
CRASH, verb. Move violently as through a barrier; "The terrorists crashed the gate".
CRASH, verb. Break violently or noisily; smash;.
CRASH, verb. Occupy, usually uninvited; "My son's friends crashed our house last weekend".
CRASH, verb. Make a sudden loud sound; "the waves crashed on the shore and kept us awake all night".
CRASH, verb. Enter uninvited; informal; "let's crash the party!".
CRASH, verb. Cause to crash; "The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace"; "Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost".
CRASH, verb. Hurl or thrust violently; "He dashed the plate against the wall"; "Waves were dashing against the rock".
CRASH, verb. Undergo a sudden and severe downturn; "the economy crashed"; "will the stock market crash again?".
CRASH, verb. Stop operating; "My computer crashed last night"; "The system goes down at least once a week".
CRASH, verb. Sleep in a convenient place; "You can crash here, though it's not very comfortable".
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