Definición de meltdown en inglés:

meltdown

Saltos de línea: melt|down
Pronunciación: /ˈmɛltdaʊn
 
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sustantivo

1A disastrous collapse or breakdown: the global financial system suffered a major meltdown
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  • It's been a long time since I've had a major meltdown, and this time it was just about a puppy.
  • Perhaps the most critical lesson learned from last year, however, is the heavy price corporate reputations pay for such meltdowns.
  • While no one expects hedge-fund values to be listed in the daily newspapers, everyone would be relieved if fewer meltdowns appeared in the headlines.
1.1 informal An uncontrolled emotional outburst or a mental collapse: the story will revolve around her meltdown following the accident
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  • Megan still has meltdowns, or tantrums, because she finds it very difficult to communicate.
  • Computer geeks are extremely unlikely to suffer one of those spectacular emotional meltdowns that make for good television.
  • Margo's spectacular meltdown at a dinner party is so effective because there are barbs of truth sprinkled in with the vain wailing and gnashing of teeth.
2An accident in a nuclear reactor in which the fuel overheats and melts the reactor core or shielding.
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  • I was 21 years old and it was three days after the partial meltdown of the reactor core.
  • Some nuclear critics had asserted that a core meltdown would inevitably breach containment.
  • A year ago one of the company's nuclear plants came dangerously close to a core meltdown.

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Pronunciación: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
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