crumbled

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Simple past and past participle of to crumble
broken into small fragments; "crumbled cookies
broken into small fragments; "crumbled cookies"
crumbled like a house of cards
fell to pieces quite easily
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To fall apart; to disintegrate
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A dessert of British origin containing stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat, flour, and sugar
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{v} to break or fall into pieces
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If something crumbles, or if you crumble it, it breaks into a lot of small pieces. Under the pressure, the flint crumbled into fragments Roughly crumble the cheese into a bowl
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A crumble is a baked pudding made from fruit covered with a mixture of flour, butter, and sugar. apple crumble. a sweet dish of fruit covered with a dry mixture of flour, butter, and sugar and baked
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{f} fall to pieces, shatter, collapse; break into small crumbs
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{i} small crumbs; (British) crisp, flour and butter mixture used as a topping
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fall apart; "the building crimbled after the explosion"; "Negociations broke down"
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If an old building or piece of land is crumbling, parts of it keep breaking off. The high and low-rise apartment blocks built in the 1960s are crumbling The cliffs were estimated to be crumbling into the sea at the rate of 10ft an hour. = disintegrate Crumble away means the same as crumble. Britain's coastline stretches 4000 kilometres and much of it is crumbling away
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break or fall apart into fragments; "The cookies crumbled"; "The Sphinx is crumbling" fall apart; "the building crimbled after the explosion"; "Negociations broke down
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If something such as a system, relationship, or hope crumbles, it comes to an end. Their economy crumbled under the weight of United Nations sanctions Crumble away means the same as crumble. Opposition more or less crumbled away
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To fall into small pieces; to break or part into small fragments; hence, to fall to decay or ruin; to become disintegrated; to perish
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fall into decay or ruin; "The unoccupied house started to decay"
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fall apart; "the building crimbled after the explosion"; "Negociations broke down
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To render into crumbs
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If someone crumbles, they stop resisting or trying to win, or become unable to cope. He is a skilled and ruthless leader who isn't likely to crumble under pressure
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To break into small pieces; to cause to fall in pieces
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break or fall apart into fragments; "The cookies crumbled"; "The Sphinx is crumbling"
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    Türkische aussprache

    krʌmbıld

    Aussprache

    /ˈkrəmbəld/ /ˈkrʌmbəld/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kr&m-b&l ] (verb.) 1570. alteration of Middle English kremelen, frequentative of Old English gecrymian to crumble, from cruma.

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