smash

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English - Turkish
paramparça etmek
gürültüyle
{f} sert vurmak
kırılmak
hurdahaş etmek
yayılmak
küt sesi
tarumar etmek
tuzla buz olmak
kırmak
(Spor) smaç yapmak
(Spor) smaç vurmak
batma
(Spor) smaçlamak
dağıtmak
parçalamak
şangırtı
çok başarılı oyun
kırılma
film
iflas
güçlü darbe
büyük kaza
sert vuruş
çarpışma
şiddetle çarpmak
paramparça olmak
(rekor) kırmak
batmak
/vb.hit
parçalanma
parçalanmak
iflas etmek
çatırtı
kaza

Tom saldırganın kafasını vurmak niyetiyle kazayağı kaldırdı. - Tom raised the crowbar intending to smash his attacker's head.

şarkı
{f} parça parça et
paramparça olma

Tom bu gece paramparça olmayı planladığını söyledi. - Tom said he was planning to get smashed tonight.

{f} mahvolmak
teniste yukarıdan topu şiddetle vurmak
şangır şungur
{f} bozguna uğramak
kırıp parçalamak
{f} çarpmak
{f} (in) (kuvvetli bir darbeyle) kırmak: He smashed the door in. Kapıyı kırdı. 3
parça parça olmak
{f} çakılmak
şangırtı ile
iflâs etmek
{f} vurmak

Tom saldırganın kafasını vurmak niyetiyle kazayağı kaldırdı. - Tom raised the crowbar intending to smash his attacker's head.

{f} yenmek
şangır
smaş yapmak
mahvetmek
spor smaç
imha etmek
kuvvetli bir yumruk
araba kazası
benzetmek
yumruk atmak
kuvvetli bir darbe
kırıp dökmek
ezmek
buzlu konyak
smaç
başarı
smash in
parçalamak
smash into
(Fiili Deyim ) -e şiddetle çarpmak
smash up
şiddetle çarpmak
smash sb's face in
birinin yüzünü dağıtmak
smash to smithereens
paramparça etmek
smash to smithereens
tuzla buz etmek
smash up
{f} şiddetle çarp
smash up
{i} şiddetli çarpışma
smash-up
büyük çarpışma
smash-up
büyük kaza
smash a window
bir pencere iflas
smash down
aşağı süt
smash-up
kaza
smash and grab raid
(fiil)trini kırarak yağmalama
smash and grab raid
vitrini kırarak yağmalama
smash hit
çok tutulan oyun
smash hit
liste başı şarkı
smash in
vurup kırmak
smash s.o.'s face in
{k} birinin façasını almak, birinin çenesini dağıtmak: I'll smash your face in! Façanı alırım ha!
smash someone's face in
(deyim) birinin yüzünü dağıtmak
smash someone's face in
(deyim) yüzünü dağıtmak
smash to smithereens
parça parça etmek
smash to smithereens
un ufak etmek
smash up
bozguna uğramak
smash up
parçalamak
smash up
mahvetmek
smash up
mahvolmak
smashing
{s} şiddetli
smashed
ezik
smashing
mükemmel
smashing
bitirim
smashed
sarhoş

Tom son derece sarhoş. - Tom is extremely smashed.

smasher
çarpan
smasher
çok kıyak şey/kimse
smashing
{i} çarpışan
smashing
nefis
smashing
(İİ) mükemmel
smashing
süper
smashing
harika
smashing
{f} çarpış
smashing
müthiş
go smash
bozguna uğramak
go smash
iflas etmek
go smash
mahvolmak
smash up
parçalanma
smash up
çöküş
smash up
kaza
smash up
iflas
smash up
yere çakılma
smash up
çarpışma
smashed
fitil gibi sarhoş
smashed
uyuşturucunun etkisi altında
smashed
{s} uçmuş
smashed
çarp/parçalan/parçala
smasher
{i} güzel kız
smasher
{i} müthiş şey
smasher
harika
smasher
{i} k.dili. harika bir şey, süper bir şey
smasher
{i} spor smaçör
smasher
{i} kırıcı eleştiri
smasher
smaçör
smasher
{i} darbe
smashing
{s} olağanüstü
smashing
{s} ağır
smashing
çok güzel
smashing
s., İng., k.dili. harika, süper
smashing
cazip
smashing
çarp/parçalan/parçala
English - English
A traffic accident

The driver and two passengers were badly injured in the smash.

A very hard overhead shot hit sharply downward

A smash may not be as pretty as a good half volley, but it can still win points.

To ruin completely and suddenly

The news smashed any hopes of a reunion.

To break (something brittle) violently

The flying rock smashed the window to pieces.

Something very successful

This new show of mine is sure to be a smash.

The sound of a violent impact, to strike violently

I could hear the screech of the brakes, then the horrible smash of cars colliding.

To defeat overwhelmingly

The Indians smashed the Yankees 22-0.

To be destroyed by being smashed

The crockery smashed as it hit the floor.

To deform through continuous pressure

I slowly smashed the modeling clay flat with the palm of my hand.

To hit extremely hard

Bonds smashed the ball 467 feet, the second longest home run in the history of the park.

{s} of or pertaining to a great success, being extremely successful (Informal)
the act of colliding with something; "his crash through the window"; "the fullback's smash into the defensive line"
{i} breaking into pieces, shattering; sound of something breaking into pieces, crash; collision, car crash; bankruptcy; defeat; violent blow
An overhead shot hit downward forcefully causing the ball to land in-bounds and then bounce out at an extreme, usually unreachable angle
break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow; "The window smashed"
The sound of a violent impact
a hard return hitting the tennis ball above your head
hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
damage or destroy as if by violence; "The teenager banged up the car of his mother"
If you smash something or if it smashes, it breaks into many pieces, for example when it is hit or dropped. Someone smashed a bottle Two or three glasses fell off and smashed into pieces. = break
Airspeed or Energy Normally used to denote energy available to accomplish a snappy fighter-type maneuver, such as a pitchup to landing
a conspicuous success; "that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career"; "that new Broadway show is a real smasher"; "the party went with a bang"
To break in pieces by violence; to dash to pieces; to crush
To break up, or to pieces suddenly, as the result of collision or pressure
A putaway shot Ball is hit with enough speed so opponent cannot make a return
To smash a political group or system means to deliberately destroy it. Their attempts to clean up politics and smash the power of party machines failed. see also smashed, smashing
hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke hit violently; "She smashed her car against the guard rail"
To break something "I'm gonna smash her face if she gets too close to my boyfriend!"
a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles)
A breaking or dashing to pieces; utter destruction; wreck
a crush of mint leaves, a little water and cubed sugar is flavoured with rum, brandy, gin or whisky and served in an old-fashioned glass on the rocks with a slice of orange and twist of lemon rind
Stone-hard blow with no subtlety whatsoever
hit violently; "She smashed her car against the guard rail"
A kill
reduce to bankruptcy; "My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"; "The slump in the financial markets smashed him"
{f} shatter, splinter; break to pieces; crush; demolish; be shattered, be splintered; defeat utterly; become bankrupt; crash; dash down forcefully
a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles) break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow; "The window smashed"
Hard-hit overhead shot that forces the shuttle sharply downward Badminton's primary attacking stroke
To apply clamping pressure to folded signatures or sewn books, to remove excess air and make signatures or books more compact for binding See also: Nip to top
Come to smash - to ruin Smashed to pieces, broken to atoms Smash is a corruption of mash; Latin, mastico, to bite to pieces (See Slope ) “I have a great mind to let social position go to smash ”- Eggleston: Faith Doctor, p 63 Smec (in Hudibras) A contraction of Smectymnuus, a word made from the initial letters of five rebels- Stephen Marshal Edward Calamy Thomas Young Matthew Newcomen William Sspurstow, who wrote a book against Episcopacy and the Common Prayer (See Notarica ) “The handkerchief about the neck, Canonical cravat of Smec ” Butler: Hudibras, pt i 5 Smectymnuars Anti-Episcopalians
with a loud crash; "the car went smash through the fence"
Hence, bankruptcy
a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles) break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow; "The window smashed" break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over; "Smash a plate" overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful); "The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off" hit hard; "He smashed a 3-run homer" collide or strike violently and suddenly; "The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail" hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke hit violently; "She smashed her car against the guard rail" with a loud crash; "the car went smash through the fence
overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful); "The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off"
humiliate or depress completely; "She was crushed by his refusal of her invitation"; "The death of her son smashed her"
If you smash through a wall, gate, or door, you get through it by hitting and breaking it. The demonstrators used trucks to smash through embassy gates Soldiers smashed their way into his office
collide or strike violently and suddenly; "The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail"
with a loud crash; "the car went smash through the fence
break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over; "Smash a plate"
If something smashes or is smashed against something solid, it moves very fast and with great force against it. The bottle smashed against a wall He smashed his fist into Anthony's face
a vigorous blow; "the sudden knock floored him"; "he took a bash right in his face"; "he got a bang on the head"
hit hard; "He smashed a 3-run homer"
To hit (the ball) from above the level of the net with a very hard overhand stroke
smash and grab
A robbery where a window of a shop or other premises is smashed and items are grabbed as quickly as possible
smash and grabs
plural form of smash and grab
smash hit
Something that is tremendously popular or successful

The cookies, though soft and gooey, proved a smash hit at the party.

smash the stack
To corrupt the call stack, causing execution to jump to a random address, sometimes used as a malicious attack on a system

which in turn smashed the stack with a new return address that the author hoped would point into the buffer and eventually hit the shellcode within it.

smash up
to injure or maim
smash up
to destroy, or be destroyed by smashing
Smash Hits
a British music magazine for young people, with articles on popular music and the singers and bands who produce it
smash a window
break a window, shatter a windowpane
smash down
If you smash down a door, building, or other large heavy object, you hit it hard and break it until it falls on the ground. The crowd tried to smash down the door of the police station. = break down
smash hit
very popular song
smash hit
A smash hit or a smash is a very popular show, play, or song. The show was a smash hit. a very successful new play, book, film etc
smash up
If you smash something up, you completely destroy it by hitting it and breaking it into many pieces. She took revenge on her ex-boyfriend by smashing up his home You could smash the drawer up with a hammer
smash up
damage or destroy as if by violence; "The teenager banged up the car of his mother"
smash up
If you smash up your car, you damage it by crashing it into something. All you told me was that he'd smashed up yet another car
smash-and-grab
A smash-and-grab is a robbery in which a person breaks a shop window, takes the things that are on display there, and runs away with them. a smash and grab raid. smash-and-grab raid/attack etc a crime in which someone robs a shop by breaking the window and stealing things quickly and grab
all to smash
completely, to the point of destruction
all to smash
Ruined; bankrupt
smashed
Simple past tense and past participle of smash
smashed
Drunk

I was so smashed last night, I don't remember how I got home.

smasher
An attractive person (see also smashing)
smashing
Wonderful, very good or impressive. Thought to be corruption of Irish Is maith é sin. (meaning "that's good")

We had a smashing time at the zoo.

smashing
Gerund: The action of the verb to smash

Some Greek dance is traditionally accompanied by the smashing of crockery.

go smash
be destroyed, be broken into small pieces
smashed
{s} shattered, broken to pieces; crushed; demolished; defeated utterly; drunk (Slang)
smashed
very drunk
smashed
broken into sharp pieces; "shattered glass"; "your eyeglasses are smashed"; "the police came in through the splintered door"
smashed
past of smash
smashed
Someone who is smashed is extremely drunk. Intoxicated; drunk. very drunk or affected by a drug stoned
smasher
One who, or that which, smashes or breaks things to pieces
smasher
a very attractive or seductive looking woman a person who smashes something
smasher
someone who you think is very attractive, or something that is very good
smasher
Anything very large or extraordinary
smasher
One who passes counterfeit coin
smasher
Something that, or someone who, smashes
smasher
a person who smashes something
smasher
a very attractive or seductive looking woman
smasher
a conspicuous success; "that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career"; "that new Broadway show is a real smasher"; "the party went with a bang"
smasher
{i} person or thing that smashes; severe blow; something exceptional or extraordinary (Slang); beautiful woman, handsome man (Slang)
smashers
plural of smasher
smashes
third-person singular of smash
smashes
plural of smash
smashing
the act of breaking something into small pieces
smashing
{s} (Slang) amazing, wonderful, sensational; devastating
smashing
If you describe something or someone as smashing, you mean that you like them very much. She's a smashing girl. very good = brilliant
smashing
very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing"
smashing
Serving to smash (something)
smashing
present participle of smash
smashing
Wonderful, very good or impressive. Thought to be corruption of Irish is maith é sin (meaning "thats good")
smash
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