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      过去式:crashed;   过去分词:crashed;   现在分词:crashing;   复数形式:crashes;

crash 基本解释

      动词碰撞; 使发出巨响; 暴跌; 睡觉

      名词崩溃; 碰撞; 碰撞声; 暴跌

      形容词应急的; 速成的

crash 相关例句


      1. The cars crashed into each other.



      1. The motorcycle crashed into the fence.


      2. His company crashed last year.


      3. The PC just crashed.




      1. A lot of passengers were killed in the train crash.


crash 情景对话

      Crash course-(速成班)

      A:What are you studying all day long for? It’s summer vacation!


      B:I know! I hate it! But I’m taking this crash course in math.





      B:I have to take my exams for getting into the university, so I need to prepare.


      A:Do you think it will help?


      B:It has to! I’ve been studying every day, eight hours a day! I don’t know, but the school has a great success record.


      A:Hmm…Maybe I should sign up too.



      B:I’ll pick up an application fomp3 for you at school tomorrow.


crash 网络解释

      1. crash

      1. 崩溃:IE 8 浏览器的一个重要特性就是每个Tab(选项卡)在独立的进程中运行,我们称之为LCIE (Loosely-Coupled IE). 所以大家在升级到IE8之后会发现资源管理器里面有两个或者多个ie xp lore.exe进程. LCIE 的好处在: 1)某个Tab 崩溃(crash)之后不会影响其他T

      2. (欲望号快车):{mosimage}看泰伦天奴(Quentin Tarantino)的(Death Proof),不可能不勾起大卫哥连堡(David Cronenberg)(Crash)的回忆,两出电影均把撞车与性爱的快感紧扣在一起.

crash 双语例句

      1. But since he survived that plane crash last year, he's become gunshy about boarding a plane.


      2. Chinese 101 is a crash teaching material for the foreign friends who are beginning to learn Chinese.


      3. I saw an apple to crash in his head.


      4. He suffered head injuries in the crash.



      5. Just because a car crash victims head is not bleeding, does not mean that they are okay.



      6. Breakers crash over your head and try to grind you into the ground.


      7. crash的解释

      7. Yesterday, a head on crash happened on this street.


      8. More serious ones include disk head crash and the notorious bad sectors which can cause permanent damage.


      9. His lawyer has since notified my department of the sudden death of the said investor in a car crash and the lawyer has also asked us to check through our records to see who his client may have indicated as next of kin to the investment, since the fianc§Ы who was indicated in his WILL as beneficiary to most of his properties also died in the same car crash.


      10. There's been a terrible air crash.



      11. She is one of the few survived people of that air crash.


      12. He is thought/believed to have been killed in an air crash.


      13. Being Santa, you will help him to collect presents for children, drive the motor sleigh jump over the bombs, low his head to keep him away from the billboards, jump out of his motor sleigh to avoid crash into the banners on the way.



      14. A hearing at Deep Space 9 revealed that gov- ernment agents had faked the deaths by using the names of Klingon citizens who had died earlier in a crash on Galorda Prime. The Gowron regime had hoped to disgrace Worf, and to gain sympathy for the empire's plan to annex Cardassian territory.

      武夫后来得知Duras谋杀了K'Ehleyr而杀了Duras.2367年末与2368 年初Duras家族挑战Gowron政权而引发了克林贡内战,武夫再次被扯入克林贡政治圈中,武夫和Kurn以回复Mogh家族名誉作为交换条件,同意协助Gowron 政权,在此冲突中他被迫辞去星际舰队的职务,不然就会被禁止介入克林贡的内政事务。

      15. In my point of view, LB`s crash is not only a conspiracy but also a official tragedy.


      16. Wall Street`s collapse raised spectres of the 1987 stock market crash.

      华尔街股市暴跌引发了1987 年股市崩溃时的那种恐慌。

      17. For letting me crash here last night.


      18. crash的解释

      18. Saw a crash program to develop indexed shifting for all of SunTour's gruppos.


      19. More than 150 people survived the crash.


      20. I have a crash on you all the time.


crash 词典解释

      1. 撞车;碰撞;相撞

      A crash is an accident in which a moving vehicle hits something and is damaged or destroyed.

      e.g. His elder son was killed in a car crash a few years ago.


      e.g. ...a plane crash.


      2. (使)碰撞;(使)撞毁

      If a moving vehicle crashes or if the driver crashes it, it hits something and is damaged or destroyed.


      e.g. The plane crashed mysteriously near the island of Ustica.


      e.g. ...when his car crashed into the rear of a van...


      3. 猛撞;撞击

      If something crashes somewhere, it moves and hits something else violently, making a loud noise.

      e.g. The door swung inwards to crash against a chest of drawers behind it...


      e.g. My words were lost as the walls above us crashed down, filling the cellar with brick dust...


      4. (突然间响起的)巨大声响

      A crash is a sudden, loud noise.

      e.g. Two people in the flat recalled hearing a loud crash about 1.30 a.m.


      5. (生意或金融体制)倒闭,破产,失败

      If a business or financial system crashes, it fails suddenly, often with serious effects.

      e.g. When the market crashed, they assumed the deal would be cancelled.


      6. (计算机或计算机程序)崩溃,瘫痪

      If a computer or a computer program crashes, it fails suddenly.

      e.g. ...after the computer crashed for the second time in 10 days.


      相关词组:crash out

crash 单语例句

      1. Mao said the rebuilt bridge would have two cable towers to reduce the impact of any crash by ships or boats in the future.

      2. That calamity came as 10 other people were killed in another crash, this one in Southwest China's Sichuan Province yesterday.

      3. Babar forces particles to crash into each other and simulate the effects of the Big Bang deep under the Californian landscape.

      4. A friend may call you from out of the blue and ask to crash on your sofa for a few days.

      5. Only 19 people survived the crash of the Spanair plane bound for the Canary Islands.

      6. But facing the unfolding global capitalist crisis, the restricted Chinese capital market helped cushion crash somewhat.

      7. Along with " Brokeback Mountain, " " Crash " and " Capote " are nominated for best picture at the Oscars.

      8. The Soviet Union has announced the catastrophic failure of its latest space mission, with the crash of Soyuz 1 and the death of the cosmonaut on board.

      9. Bottles crash and chants reverberate against the cathedral's walls but the mood is far from dark.

      10. A kindergarten that offered a " crash course " to help students get into catholic schools has promised to refund tuition fees paid for the course.

crash 英英释义


      1. the act of colliding with something

      e.g. his crash through the window

      the fullback's smash into the defensive line

      Synonym: smash

      2. a serious accident (usually involving one or more vehicles)

      e.g. they are still investigating the crash of the TWA plane

      Synonym: wreck

      3. a loud resonant repeating noise

      e.g. he could hear the clang of distant bells

      Synonym: clangclangorclangourclangoringclankclash

      4. a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)

      Synonym: collapse

      5. (computer science) an event that causes a computer system to become inoperative

      e.g. the crash occurred during a thunderstorm and the system has been down ever since


      1. sleep in a convenient place

      e.g. You can crash here, though it's not very comfortable

      Synonym: dossdoss down

      2. stop operating

      e.g. My computer crashed last night

      The system goes down at least once a week

      Synonym: go down

      3. undergo a sudden and severe downturn

      e.g. the economy crashed

      will the stock market crash again?

      4. hurl or thrust violently

      e.g. He dashed the plate against the wall

      Waves were dashing against the rock

      Synonym: dash

      5. undergo damage or destruction on impact

      e.g. the plane crashed into the ocean

      The car crashed into the lamp post

      Synonym: ram

      6. break violently or noisily


      Synonym: break upbreak apart

      7. cause to crash

      e.g. The terrorists crashed the plane into the palace

      Mother crashed the motorbike into the lamppost

      8. fall or come down violently

      e.g. The branch crashed down on my car

      The plane crashed in the sea

      9. enter uninvited


      e.g. let's crash the party!

      Synonym: barge ingate-crash

      10. move violently as through a barrier

      e.g. The terrorists crashed the gate

      11. move with, or as if with, a crashing noise

      e.g. The car crashed through the glass door

      12. make a sudden loud sound

      e.g. the waves crashed on the shore and kept us awake all night

      13. occupy, usually uninvited

      e.g. My son's friends crashed our house last weekend