- 1.1 (loud noise) estrépito (masculine) she dropped the plates with a crash se le cayeron los platos con gran estrépito there was a tremendous crash of thunder se oyó un trueno espantoso the crash of the waves el romper de las olasMore example sentences1.2 (collision, accident) accidente (masculine), choque (masculine) plane/car crash accidente aéreo/de automóvil we were in a crash tuvimos un accidente, chocamos
More example 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.
More example sentences1.3 (financial failure) crac (masculine), crack (masculine) the Wall Street crash el crac(k) de Wall Street a bank crash la quiebra de un banco
- 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.
- 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.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- 1 1.1 (collide) to crash (
intosth) estrellarse or chocar* ( contraalgo) 1.2 (make loud noise) [thunder] retumbar the dishes crashed to the floor los platos se cayeron al suelo estrepitosamente the ceiling came crashing down on them el techo se les derrumbó encima 1.3 [Finance] [shares] caer* a pique, colapsar Wall Street crashed in 1929 en 1929 hubo un crac(k) en la bolsa de Nueva York
- 2 (spend the night) [colloquial/familiar] quedarse a dormir can I crash at your place? ¿puedo quedarme a dormir en tu casa?
- 3 [Computing/Informática] fallar
- (before noun/delante del nombre) [course] intensivo; [program] de choque
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