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Detailed Synonyms for crashing in Englisch

crashing:

crashing Adjektiv

  1. crashing
    – informal intensifiers 1
    fucking; bloody; blooming; flaming; crashing; bally; blinking
    – informal intensifiers 1
    • fucking Adjektiv
    • bloody Adjektiv
      • a bloody fool1
    • blooming Adjektiv
    • flaming Adjektiv
      • you flaming idiot1
    • crashing Adjektiv
      • a crashing bore1
    • bally Adjektiv
      • what a bally (or blinking) nuisance1
    • blinking Adjektiv
      • what a bally (or blinking) nuisance1

Alternate Synonyms for "crashing":


Verwandte Definitionen für "crashing":

  1. informal intensifiers1
    • a crashing bore1

crash:

to crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)

  1. to crash
    to collide; to crash; to bump up against; to bump into; bang into
    • collide Verb (collides, collided, colliding)
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
    • bump up against Verb (bumps up against, bumped up against, bumping up against)
    • bump into Verb (bumps into, bumped into, bumping into)
    • bang into Verb
  2. to crash
    to collapse; topple down; to crash
  3. to crash
    to crash; to meet an accident; to meet with disaster; to perish; to be wrecked; to fail; to be lost
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
    • meet an accident Verb (meets an accident, met an accident, meeting an accident)
    • meet with disaster Verb (meets with disaster, met with disaster, meeting with disaster)
    • perish Verb (perishes, perished, perishing)
    • be wrecked Verb (is wrecked, being wrecked)
    • fail Verb (fails, failed, failing)
    • be lost Verb (is lost, being lost)
  4. to crash
    to deteriorate; to perish; to degenerate; to rot; to decay; to be wrecked; to fall into decline; to be lost; to meet an accident; to crash
    • deteriorate Verb (deteriorates, deteriorated, deteriorating)
    • perish Verb (perishes, perished, perishing)
    • degenerate Verb (degenerates, degenerated, degenerating)
    • rot Verb (rots, rotted, rotting)
    • decay Verb (decaies, decayed, decaying)
    • be wrecked Verb (is wrecked, being wrecked)
    • fall into decline Verb (falls into decline, fell into decline, falling into decline)
    • be lost Verb (is lost, being lost)
    • meet an accident Verb (meets an accident, met an accident, meeting an accident)
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
  5. to crash
    – sleep in a convenient place 1
    to crash; doss down; doss
    – sleep in a convenient place 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • You can crash here, though it's not very comfortable1
    • doss down Verb
    • doss Verb
  6. to crash
    – stop operating 1
    to crash; to go down
    – stop operating 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • My computer crashed last night1
    • go down Verb (goes down, went down, going down)
  7. to crash
    – undergo a sudden and severe downturn 1
    to crash
    – undergo a sudden and severe downturn 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • the economy crashed1
      • will the stock market crash again?1
  8. to crash
    – hurl or thrust violently 1
    to dash; to crash
    – hurl or thrust violently 1
    • dash Verb (dashes, dashed, dashing)
      • He dashed the plate against the wall1
      • Waves were dashing against the rock1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
  9. to crash
    – undergo damage or destruction on impact 1
    to crash; to ram
    – undergo damage or destruction on impact 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • the plane crashed into the ocean1
      • The car crashed into the lamp post1
    • ram Verb (rams, rammed, ramming)
  10. to crash
    – break violently or noisily; smash 1
    to crash; to break up; break apart
    – break violently or noisily; smash 1
  11. to crash
    – cause to crash 1
    to crash
    – cause to crash 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace1
      • Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost1
  12. to crash
    – fall or come down violently 1
    to crash
    – fall or come down violently 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • The branch crashed down on my car1
      • The plane crashed in the sea1
  13. to crash
    – enter uninvited; informal 1
    to crash; barge in; gate-crash
    – enter uninvited; informal 1
  14. to crash
    – move violently as through a barrier 1
    to crash
    – move violently as through a barrier 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • The terrorists crashed the gate1
  15. to crash
    – move with, or as if with, a crashing noise 1
    to crash
    – move with, or as if with, a crashing noise 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • The car crashed through the glass door1
  16. to crash
    – make a sudden loud sound 1
    to crash
    – make a sudden loud sound 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • the waves crashed on the shore and kept us awake all night1
  17. to crash
    – occupy, usually uninvited 1
    to crash
    – occupy, usually uninvited 1
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
      • My son's friends crashed our house last weekend1
  18. to crash
    – For a system or program, to fail to function correctly, resulting in the suspension of operation. 2
    to crash
    – For a system or program, to fail to function correctly, resulting in the suspension of operation. 2
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)
  19. to crash
    – For a magnetic head, to hit a recording medium, with possible damage to one or both. 2
    to crash
    – For a magnetic head, to hit a recording medium, with possible damage to one or both. 2
    • crash Verb (crashes, crashed, crashing)

Konjugationen für crash:

present
  1. crash
  2. crash
  3. crashes
  4. crash
  5. crash
  6. crash
simple past
  1. crashed
  2. crashed
  3. crashed
  4. crashed
  5. crashed
  6. crashed
present perfect
  1. have crashed
  2. have crashed
  3. has crashed
  4. have crashed
  5. have crashed
  6. have crashed
past continuous
  1. was crashing
  2. were crashing
  3. was crashing
  4. were crashing
  5. were crashing
  6. were crashing
future
  1. shall crash
  2. will crash
  3. will crash
  4. shall crash
  5. will crash
  6. will crash
continuous present
  1. am crashing
  2. are crashing
  3. is crashing
  4. are crashing
  5. are crashing
  6. are crashing
subjunctive
  1. be crashed
  2. be crashed
  3. be crashed
  4. be crashed
  5. be crashed
  6. be crashed
diverse
  1. crash!
  2. let's crash!
  3. crashed
  4. crashing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

crash [the ~] Nomen

  1. the crash
    the collision; the crash; the hit; the smash
  2. the crash
    the crack; the flaw; the cracking; the crash
  3. the crash
    the crash; the boom; the smack; the bump; the blast; the bang; the thud; the thump
  4. the crash
    the collision; the crash
  5. the crash
    the decrease; the decline; the fall; the downfall; the crash
  6. the crash
    the collapse; the crash; the slump; the sagging; the smash; the bust-up
  7. the crash
    the collapse of the stockmarket; the crash; the smash; the bust-up
  8. the crash
    the crash
  9. the crash
    – the act of colliding with something 1
    the crash; the smash
    – the act of colliding with something 1
    • crash [the ~] Nomen
      • his crash through the window1
    • smash [the ~] Nomen
      • the fullback's smash into the defensive line1
  10. the crash
    – a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles) 1
    the crash; the wreck
    – a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles) 1
    • crash [the ~] Nomen
      • they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane1
    • wreck [the ~] Nomen
  11. the crash
    – a loud resonant repeating noise 1
    the crash; the clang; the clash; the clangor; the clank; the clangoring; the clangour
    – a loud resonant repeating noise 1
  12. the crash
    – a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures) 1
    the collapse; the crash
    – a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures) 1
  13. the crash
    – (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative 1
    the crash
    – (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative 1
    • crash [the ~] Nomen
      • the crash occurred during a thunderstorm and the system has been down ever since1
  14. the crash
    – The failure of either a program or a disk drive. A program crash results in the loss of all unsaved data and can leave the operating system unstable enough to require restarting the computer. A disk drive crash, sometimes called a disk crash, leaves the drive inoperable and can cause loss of data. 2
    the crash
    – The failure of either a program or a disk drive. A program crash results in the loss of all unsaved data and can leave the operating system unstable enough to require restarting the computer. A disk drive crash, sometimes called a disk crash, leaves the drive inoperable and can cause loss of data. 2

Verwandte Wörter für "crash":


Alternate Synonyms for "crash":


Verwandte Definitionen für "crash":

  1. the act of colliding with something1
    • his crash through the window1
  2. a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)1
    • they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane1
  3. a loud resonant repeating noise1
  4. a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)1
  5. (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative1
    • the crash occurred during a thunderstorm and the system has been down ever since1
  6. sleep in a convenient place1
    • You can crash here, though it's not very comfortable1
  7. stop operating1
    • My computer crashed last night1
  8. undergo a sudden and severe downturn1
    • the economy crashed1
    • will the stock market crash again?1
  9. hurl or thrust violently1
  10. undergo damage or destruction on impact1
    • the plane crashed into the ocean1
    • The car crashed into the lamp post1
  11. break violently or noisily; smash1
  12. cause to crash1
    • The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace1
    • Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost1
  13. fall or come down violently1
    • The branch crashed down on my car1
    • The plane crashed in the sea1
  14. enter uninvited; informal1
    • let's crash the party!1
  15. move violently as through a barrier1
    • The terrorists crashed the gate1
  16. move with, or as if with, a crashing noise1
    • The car crashed through the glass door1
  17. make a sudden loud sound1
    • the waves crashed on the shore and kept us awake all night1
  18. occupy, usually uninvited1
    • My son's friends crashed our house last weekend1
  19. For a system or program, to fail to function correctly, resulting in the suspension of operation.2
  20. The failure of either a program or a disk drive. A program crash results in the loss of all unsaved data and can leave the operating system unstable enough to require restarting the computer. A disk drive crash, sometimes called a disk crash, leaves the drive inoperable and can cause loss of data.2
  21. For a magnetic head, to hit a recording medium, with possible damage to one or both.2

Related Synonyms for crashing