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smash

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1 a forceful coming together of two things

  • the awful smash when his dreams got hit by reality
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2 the violent coming together of two bodies into destructive contact

  • the sound of the smash made all of the bystanders immediately whip their heads around
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3 a hard strike with a part of the body or an instrument

  • she gave the tennis ball a smash and sent it flying over the other side of the net
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4 a loud explosive sound

  • the bikes collided with a huge smash
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5 a person or thing that is successful

  • the new Broadway musical is a smash
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smash

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1 to cause to break with violence and much noise

  • the drunken guest deliberately smashed a glass against the brick fireplace
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2 to cause to break open or into pieces by or as if by an explosive

  • the firecracker smashed the clay pot
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3 to bring to a complete end the physical soundness, existence, or usefulness of

  • the invading troops smashed the resistance and went on to conquer the country
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4 to come into usually forceful contact with something

  • we nearly smashed into each other on the skating rink
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