crashverb

  • ja〔大きな音を立てて〕衝突する
  • ento hit someone or something very hard while moving, in a way that causes damage and makes noise

Examples

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They're gaining on us!
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Take this left up ahead.
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Slow down or Woody will spin out.
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Won't you shut up and let me drive?
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Dammit, girl. You're gonna crash us.
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My name's not girl.
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It's Letitia fucking Lewis!
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You wanna crash a plane?
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Well, not from the air.
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Don't be so dramatic.
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Well, how big a plane?
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That part is a little dramatic.
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You’re gonna crash the car into the plane like Liam Neeson in 'Taken 3'?
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He did that in 'Taken 3,' huh?
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Oh, God!
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Uh, you missed it.
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Thanks, baby.

Other meanings for crash...

crashverb

  • ja人の家など予定外の場所に泊まる
  • ento stay somewhere temporarily; to sleep somewhere
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What if Logan thinks I ditched him?
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He doesn’t have my phone number, and the number I had for him is one number off.
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But I don’t know which one it is.
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What am I supposed to do?
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- Just start dialing numbers? - Hey, we’re gonna be crashing here for the next couple of weeks
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till we figure it out.
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We’re gonna crash here?
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Wait, Veronica.
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Are we seriously not gonna talk about what happened between us?
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Archie, we had a moment, beautiful but fleeting moment.
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We spent the night.
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We crashed, in separate beds.
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When are you guys moving out of home?
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When I go to college.
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When you go to college, yeah, but you're still gonna like, crash at home during vacation.
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And then when you're done with college, you'll be like, ah, my student loans.
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And you're gonna crash at home.
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Realizing that Chivo's suburban house is a perfect safe house for Cesar,
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they convince Chivo to let Cesar crash there,
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but only after Jamal gives up the gnomie Juanita,
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who Jamal has grown close to.

crashnoun

  • ja《金融》暴落、急落、破綻
  • endramatic loss in market value
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It was a good time to buy stocks.
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I bought stocks after 9/11.
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I bought stocks in 1987 after the big crash or the fall.
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The country's not gonna go away.
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The plants aren't gonna go away.
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The people aren't gonna go away.
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The talents aren't gonna go away.
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The country will grow in value over time.
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Low levels of consumer confidence means people are worried about the economy,
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and that can cause them once again to hold on to their money, rather than invest or spend it.
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A stock market crash, for example, is one of the most sure-fire ways
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to shake up consumer confidence across the board.
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Short sellers have a bad reputation, frequently blamed for causing drops in the market.
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After they were accused once again for a huge sell off on Wall Street that linked to the crash in 1937,
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SEC, or the US Securities and Exchange Commission, stepped in to regulate the shorting market.
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So think about what we've been through: 2 terrible stock market crashes, 40% or more,
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a housing crisis which brought financial ruin to a lot of those that we love.
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So we have this impression and very low level of trust for the stock market in general.
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We've preferred very so-called conservative things like cash.

crashverb

  • ja(呼ばれていない)パーティなどに押しかける
  • ento enter a party or social event without an invitation
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You got some kind of nerve coming up here and crashing my event, looking like Big Bird.
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Mom.
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Go inside.
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- I know what you want to say. - How are old are they?
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Fifteen.
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How did you and a Caucasian man
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make 2 kids whose last name could be Wesley and Snipes?
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- Hey, we saw each other recently at a restaurant. - Yes.
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We did, we did.
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I accidentally crashed a party that you were throwing.
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So that was, um, embarrassing for me.
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Didn't fully crash it.
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We were having Portia's birthday party.
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And that's a great restaurant, isn't it?
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Lovely restaurant.
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- I know you were at that birthday party. - Wait, you then also crashed my 27th birthday.
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Oh, so then you came to my birthday with Cathy.
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It was at the Buffalo Club.
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I remember that.
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And you crashed.
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I wasn't invited?
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No.
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I invited you to mine, and you came to mine.
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- I'm just saying. - Well, but did you?
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Yeah.
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Well—
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I think I kind of crashed your birthday party.
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I just came— I was just arm candy.
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I knew— yes, you were arm candy.
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I knew you'd be with him.
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I didn't have your number at the time, which is why I invited him.
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And I knew he'd bring you.