English - Vietnamese Dictionary
crash /kræʃ/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- vải thô (làm khăn lau...)
- tiếng đổ vỡ loảng xoảng, tiếng va chạm loảng xoảng, tiếng đổ sầm, tiếng nổ (sét...)
- sự rơi (máy bay); sự đâm sầm vào (ô tô)
- (nghĩa bóng) sự phá sản, sự sụp đổ
- nội động từ
- rơi vỡ loảng xoảng, dổ ầm xuống
- đâm sầm xuống, đâm sầm vào
- the aeroplane crashed on the hillside: chiếc máy bay đâm sầm xuống sườn đồi
- the car crashed into the gate: chiếc xe hơi đâm sầm vào cổng
- ngoại động từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) lẻn vào không có giấy mời, lẻn vào không có vé
- to crash a party: lẻn vào dự cuộc liên hoan không có giấy mời
- to crash the gate: lẻn vào cửa không có vé
- to crash in (on)
- tràn vào, đọt nhập vào, xâm nhập
+a loud resonant repeating noise
+a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)
+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
+undergo damage or destruction on impact
+move violently as through a barrier
+break violently or noisily; smash;
+occupy, usually uninvited
+enter uninvited; informal
+cause to crash
+hurl or thrust violently
+undergo a sudden and severe downturn
+sleep in a convenient place
Advanced English Dictionary
1 fall, topple:
The vase crashed onto the stone floor.
2 force, drive, run, smash:
He crashed the car into a wall.
3 bang, boom, explode:
The thunder crashed all around us.
4 boom, bang, smash, explosion, blast:
We heard a great crash as the building collapsed.
5 disaster, collapse, failure:
The stock-market crash has had a devastating effect.
noun, verb, adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 (AmE also wreck) an accident in which a vehicle hits sth, for example another vehicle, usually causing damage and often injuring or killing the passengers: A girl was killed yesterday in a crash involving a stolen car. + a car / plane crash
2 [usually sing.] a sudden loud noise made, for example, by sth falling or breaking: She heard the crash of shattering glass as the vehicles collided. + The tree fell with a great crash. + The first distant crash of thunder shook the air.
in finance / business
3 a sudden serious fall in the price or value of sth; the occasion when a business, etc. fails: the 1987 stock market crash
4 a sudden failure of a machine or system, especially of a computer or computer system: A systems crash in the morning and a bomb scare in the afternoon provided enough excitement for one day.
1 ~ (sth) (into sth) if a vehicle crashes or the driver crashes it, it hits an object or another vehicle, causing damage: [V] I was terrified that the plane would crash. + We're going to crash, aren't we? + A truck went out of control and crashed into the back of a bus. + [VN] He crashed his car into a wall.
hit hard / loud noise
2 to hit sth hard while moving, causing noise and/or damage; to make sth hit sb/sth in this way: [V, +adv./prep.] A brick crashed through the window. + With a sweep of his hand he sent the glasses crashing to the floor. + [V-ADJ] The door crashed open. + [VN-ADJ] She stormed out of the room and crashed the door shut behind her.
3 [V] to make a loud noise: Thunder crashed overhead.
in finance / business
4 [V] (of prices, a business, shares, etc.) to lose value or fail suddenly and quickly: Share prices crashed to an all-time low yesterday. + The company crashed with debts of £40 million.
5 if a computer crashes or you crash a computer, it stops working suddenly: [V] Files can be lost if the system suddenly crashes. [also VN]
6 [VN] (informal) = GATECRASH
7 [V] [usually +adv./prep.] (especially BrE) to lose very badly in a sports game: The team crashed to their worst defeat this season.
8 [V] ~ (out) (informal) to fall asleep; to sleep somewhere you do not usually sleep: I was so tired I crashed out on the sofa. + I've come to crash on your floor for a couple of nights.
9 [V] if sb crashes, their heart stops beating
Idioms: a crashing bore (old-fashioned, BrE) a very boring person
+ adjective [only before noun] involving hard work or a lot of effort over a short period of time in order to achieve quick results: a crash course in computer programming + a crash diet(also informal crash) + verb
[VN, V] to go to a party or social event without being invited
1 sudden loud noise
almighty, deafening, great, loud, thunderous | distant | sickening, terrible
There was a sickening crash as her head hit the ground.
VERB + CRASH
with a ~
The plates fell to the floor with an almighty crash.
| ~ of
a distant crash of thunder
a crash of thunder, the crash of the waves
2 car/plane, etc. accident
horrific, major, serious
a major air crash
| fatal | head-on | high-speed | car, coach, helicopter, plane, train | air, motorway, rail, road
VERB + CRASH
CRASH + VERB
happen, occur | involve sth
a crash involving two cars and a lorry
| kill sb | claim sth
The crash claimed three lives.
CRASH + NOUN
victim | site | landing | barrier
in a/the ~
He was killed in a train crash.
3 business failure
financial | bank, property, stock market
the stock market crash of 1987
a crash in share prices
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