There are 2 main translations of smash up verb + object + adverb in Spanish:

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smash up

verb + object + adverb
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There are 2 main translations of smash up verb + object + adverb in Spanish:

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smash-up
American English: /ˈsmæʃ ˌəp/

noun

  • [colloquial]
    choque (masculine) violento
    he was in a smash-up
    tuvo un accidente
    Example sentences
    • Around 12.15 am, six cars were involved in a smash-up on Caroni Bridge, where two three-car collisions occurred simultaneously.
    • It's a perfectly flat and straight six-lane highway, yet it's also the recurring scene for horrifying smash-ups, for the same reasons the road to Whistler is.
    • There was severe traffic congestion on Sunset Drive a few minutes before 11 pm but police officers blamed this on a four-car smash-up on the Western Main Road.

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