Translation of crash in Spanish:
- 1.1 (loud noise) she dropped the plates with a crashthere was a tremendous crash of thunderse le cayeron los platos con gran estrépitothe crash of the wavesse oyó un trueno espantosoel romper de las olasExample sentences1.2 (collision, accident) plane/car crash
we were in a crashaccidente aéreo/de automóviltuvimos un accidentechocamosExample sentences
- I heard a loud crash as something broke against the wall.
- Just as he was about to open his mouth to speak, there was a loud crash, followed by the screeching of the train's breaks.
- Her words were broken off abruptly by a loud crash from a room in the apartment.
Example sentences1.3 (financial failure) the Wall Street crash
- Police are keen to speak to any witnesses to the collision or anyone who saw either vehicle before the crash.
- A police officer was taken to hospital after the police car he was travelling in was involved in a crash with two other vehicles.
- Speed has been determined to be one of the most common contributing factors in vehicle crashes.
a bank crashel crac(k) de Wall Streetla quiebra de un banco
- He survived the crash by landing in ‘the biggest sand dune in the desert.’
- A pilot battled to avoid a plane crash as his stricken aircraft circled over Colchester
- Jack, and 47 others, survives a plane crash on a remote Pacific island.
- 1 1.1 (smash) See examples: he crashed the carto crash somethingtuvo un accidente con el cochechocó
intosomethinghe crashed his car/bike into the car in front1.2 (make a noise)(iba en el coche/la moto y) chocó con el coche de delanteshe crashed the cymbals togetherhacer ruido conhizo sonar los platillos
- 2 [colloquial]to crash a partycolarse en una fiesta [colloquial]Example sentences
- Grounded for the evening, the two sisters sneak out and decide to crash a party.
- Everyone sprawled in a loose circle and he felt like an adult crashing a slumber party.
- If you show up in scruffy jeans and a T-shirt they won't kick you out, but, if you are the kind to feel self-conscious, you may feel like you've crashed the wrong party.
- 1 1.1 (collide) See examples:to crash (
intosomething)1.2 (make loud noise)estrellarse or chocar ( contraalgo)(thunder)the dishes crashed to the floorthe ceiling came crashing down on themlos platos se cayeron al suelo estrepitosamenteel techo se les derrumbó encimaExample sentences1.3 (Finance)
(shares)Wall Street crashed in 1929caer a piqueen 1929 hubo un crac(k) en la bolsa de Nueva YorkExample sentences
- Then the heavens opened, Hades bellowed, the thunder crashed, the water splashed, and a wall of rain came at us.
- Thunder crashed, louder than ever, and he felt a flutter of fear hit his stomach.
- The thunder crashed once again, even louder than before.
- By March 2003, the company's share price had crashed to an all-time low of $12.40.
- So, if your company's share price has crashed, you can take the money and lose nothing.
- In 2000 she boasted a paper fortune of £40 million but after the company's share price crashed, that was cut to £9 million.
- A nurse on her way to work on New Year's Eve was killed with her husband when two men driving a stolen car crashed into their vehicle.
- I was unable to stop in time and my car crashed into the other vehicle.
- His car had crashed into two parked vehicles, and he had been shot in the head and neck.
- A drunken motorist nearly crashed his car into a police vehicle before running away and leaving his baby lying next to the front seat.
- As detectives closed in during an undercover operation, he crashed his car into a police vehicle.
- A 19-year-old man told police he had been taken at gunpoint from Manchester city centre, made to take drugs and then crashed his vehicle.
- 2 (spend the night) [colloquial]can I crash at your place?quedarse a dormir¿puedo quedarme a dormir en tu casa?
- 3 (Computing)Example sentences
- The computer system crashes on a regular basis (I work it out to be about twice a week at the moment).
- The national air traffic control computer system crashed at 6am, and flights were being operated manually by air traffic controllers.
- My computer crashed recently and we had to buy a new one.
- (before noun)(course)(program)de choqueExample sentences
- Often, the recommended course isn't a crash diet but a commitment to a long-term change in eating habits.
- After a crash course on German the night prior to the interview, Nikki was offered the internship and will travel to Sydney soon to further her study of the German language.
- Anyone who applies for a learners' licence has to undergo an hour-long crash course in road safety.
- to go crash into somethingestrellarse estrepitosamente contra algoExample sentences
- And as the boy was stooping over the open chest, crash went the lid down.
- Crash went the waves on the rocks.
- The elephant first tried to sleep in a crib just like your baby cousin John has - and then it went crash.
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