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smash British & World English

Violently break (something) into pieces

smash-up British & World English

A violent collision, especially of cars

smash-mouth British & World English

(Of a style of play) aggressive and confrontational

go to smash in smash British & World English

Be ruined or destroyed

go to smash British & World English

Be ruined or destroyed

smash-and-grab British & World English

Denoting a robbery in which the thief smashes a shop window and seizes goods

smash hit in smash British & World English

A very successful song, film, show, or performer

smash English Thesaurus

one of the men smashed a window

smash English-Spanish

estrépito m, estruendo m

smash-up English-Spanish

choque, colisión f

smash hit English-Spanish

exitazo mfamiliar/colloquial

smash in English-Spanish

tirar abajo

smash up English-Spanish

destrozar*

smash-and-grab raid English-Spanish

robo men el que se rompe el escaparate de una tienda

smash racism! in smash English-Spanish

¡abajo el racismo!

a smash-hit movie in smash hit English-Spanish

una película supertaquillera

a smash-hit record in smash hit English-Spanish

un disco (de) superventas, un superventas, un hit

her latest single is a smash in smash English-Spanish

su último disco es un exitazo

the smash of the waves on the rocks in smash English-Spanish

el ruido de las olas al romper contra las rocas

there was a loud smash as he dropped the plates in smash English-Spanish

los platos se le cayeron con gran estrépito