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smash

1 smash /ˈsmæʃ/ verb
smashes; smashed; smashing
1 smash
/ˈsmæʃ/
verb
smashes; smashed; smashing
Learner's definition of SMASH
: to break (something) into many pieces : to shatter or destroy (something)打碎;打破
[+ object]
[no object]
: to hit (something) violently and very hard猛击;猛撞
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object] : to hit (a ball) downward and very hard in tennis and other games(网球等比赛中)扣球,打高压球
[+ object] : to destroy or beat (someone or something) easily or completely捣毁;彻底击败
[+ object] : to crash (a vehicle)撞毁,撞坏(交通工具)
often + up in U.S. English在美国英语中常与up连用

smash down

[phrasal verb]
smash (something) down or smash down (something)
: to hit (something) hard so that it breaks and falls down撞开;摧毁

smash in

[phrasal verb]
smash (something) in or smash in (something)
: to hit (something) hard so that you break it or make a hole in it打破;击穿

smash up

[phrasal verb]
smash (something) up or smash up (something)
: to break and destroy (something) in a deliberate way摧毁;破坏
see also 1smash 4 (above), smashup

— smasher

noun, plural smashers [count]
2 smash /ˈsmæʃ/ noun
plural smashes
2 smash
/ˈsmæʃ/
noun
plural smashes
Learner's definition of SMASH
[count]
: someone or something that is very successful or popular轰动的人物(或事件)
: the sound made when something hits a surface very violently猛烈撞击声
: a hard downward hit in tennis or other games(网球等比赛中的)扣球,高压球
British : crash, smashup
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smash

1 of 3

noun

1
a
: a smashing blow or attack
b
: a hard overhand stroke (as in tennis or badminton)
2
a
: the action or sound of smashing
especially : a wreck due to collision : crash
b
: utter collapse : ruin
3
: a striking success

smash

2 of 3

verb

smashed; smashing; smashes

transitive verb

1
: to break or crush by violence
2
a
: to drive or throw violently especially with a shattering or battering effect
also : to effect in this way
b
: to hit violently : batter
c(1)
: to hit (something, such as a tennis ball) with a hard overhand stroke
(2)
: to drive (a ball) with a forceful stroke
3
: to destroy utterly : wreck

intransitive verb

1
: to move or become propelled with violence or crashing effect
smashed into a tree
2
: to become wrecked
3
: to go to pieces suddenly under collision or pressure
smasher noun

smash

3 of 3

adjective

: being a smash : outstanding
a smash hit

Example Sentences

Noun The new movie is a smash. She was a smash at the party. His new song promises to be a smash hit. The vase fell to the ground with a loud smash. She hit an overhand smash that won the match. Verb He smashed the vase with a hammer. The ball smashed the window. The vase fell and smashed to pieces. He smashed into the wall. She smashed the ball deep into the opposite corner. See More
Recent Examples on the Web
Noun
In 2021, San Francisco officials request more funding to bolster its police department as the city was rocked by an uptick in murders and brazen smash-and-grab retail thefts. Louis Casiano, Fox News, 23 Aug. 2022 It’s a leviathan smash, and a sincere and uncynical pastiche that critics and fans have similarly appreciated. Sophie Gilbert, The Atlantic, 6 July 2022 Paramount’s other 2022 smash, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, will earn $1.725 million (-30%) despite being released into post-theatrical (EST) and streaming (on Paramount+) over the last week. Scott Mendelson, Forbes, 5 June 2022 Skating a smash hit at Shepard With beautiful late summer weather setting the stage, staff members from Shepard High School scrambled this week to transform the front parking lot at the school in Palos Heights into a roller skating rink. Paul Eisenberg, Chicago Tribune, 2 Sep. 2022 Bey knew best, though: The Hot 100 No. 1 became such a smash that the release date of her debut album, Dangerously in Love, was moved up by two weeks. Joe Lynch, Billboard, 29 Aug. 2022 And with the bases full of Orioles in the bottom of the seventh, Moncada saved the game, making a gorgeous backhand stab of a Jorge Mateo smash, touching third and throwing across the diamond for a double play. Gabe Lacques, USA TODAY, 25 Aug. 2022 Among the tops: Carl Yastrzemski’s galloping, over-the-shoulder catch of a Tom Tresh smash in the ninth that briefly preserved a Billy Rohr attempt for a no-hitter vs. the Yankees. Kevin Paul Dupont, BostonGlobe.com, 20 Aug. 2022 The company—behind smash hit franchises Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Crash Bandicoot—was also accused by the CWA of threatening to shut down other internal channels of communication where workers discussed labor issues. Chloe Taylor, Fortune, 17 Aug. 2022
Verb
Volumes are on track to smash another record this year, with more than 40 million contracts changing hands on an average day in 2022, according to the Options Clearing Corporation. Eric Wallerstein, WSJ, 30 Aug. 2022 This season the gap between the Winterhawks and Cougars is 46 points, so Prince George has to absolutely smash their own record for an upset this time. Dylan Bumbarger, oregonlive, 17 Apr. 2022 In two of the crashes, the suspects used hammers to smash the vehicles’ windows, the indictment said. Washington Post, 27 Jan. 2022 Instead of using the Saharan Sirocco wind—which it’s named after—to power Moonshot I, the Mistral, another infamous wind blowing into the Med from the Alps, could help the boat smash the record. Michael Verdon, Robb Report, 27 Dec. 2021 That’s a huge change, especially when compared to the 4 percent gains from the Nike Vaporfly 4% shoes that Eliud Kipchoge used to smash the marathon world record. Brian Metzler, Outside Online, 2 July 2021 Even in a season where offensive numbers have ballooned across the league, the Clippers are scoring a league-leading 117.6 points per 100 possessions and on pace to smash Dallas’ record of 115.9 set last season. Andrew Greif, Los Angeles Times, 13 Apr. 2021 Football, America’s most popular sport (by far) and most lucrative TV property (by far), demands that many of the participants violently smash into each other each time the ball is snapped. Damon Young, Washington Post, 29 Aug. 2022 As cars crash and smash into each other to pop the balls or wreck the cars, the last pair remaining with either a ball intact or their car operational wins. Sydney Bucksbaum, EW.com, 18 Aug. 2022
Adjective
Jimmy then pulled out a photo of Halsey dressed up as Millie Bobby Brown’s nose-bleeding character from the smash Netflix horror drama. Gil Kaufman, Billboard, 15 June 2022 Sam Raimi remembers when Darkman bombed and Spider-Man was a surprise super-smash. Scott Mendelson, Forbes, 17 Mar. 2022 Does this mean that Operation Fortune is going to be a breakout super-smash? Scott Mendelson, Forbes, 10 Dec. 2021 Now, it is poised to become the U.S. partner for TikTok, the smash Chinese social-media app that has become a staple on the smartphones of millions of American teenagers. Georgia Wells, WSJ, 15 Sep. 2020 See More

Word History

Etymology

Noun

perhaps blend of smack entry 4 and mash entry 2

First Known Use

Noun

1725, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Verb

1764, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 1

Adjective

1923, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of smash was in 1725
TOEFL IELTS BNC: 4350 COCA: 5113
smash

noun¹

1breaking noisily into pieces打碎ADJECTIVE | VERB + SMASH | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEloud響亮的破碎聲VERB + SMASHhear聽到破碎時的嘩啦聲PREPOSITIONwith a smash嘩啦一聲The plate hit the floor with a smash.盤子嘩啦一聲掉在地板上打碎了。smash of⋯破碎的嘩啦聲He heard the smash of breaking glass.他聽到打碎玻璃的聲音。
smash

noun²

2 (BrE) in a car, etc.撞車ADJECTIVE | VERB + SMASH | SMASH + VERB | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEhead-on迎頭相撞fatal致死的撞車事故Their car was involved in a fatal smash with a stolen van.他們的車與一輛被盜麪包車相撞,致人死亡。horrific可怕的撞車hit-and-run肇事逃逸的事故a 20-year-old victim of a hit-and-run smash一起撞車逃逸事故中 20 歲的受害者high-speed高速相撞事故car, motorbike小汽車/摩托車相撞rail, train火車相撞motorway, road高速路上/公路上的撞車事故two-car, three-vehicle, etc.兩車、三車等相撞事故VERB + SMASHhave發生撞車事故cause引起撞車事故A teenage driver has been fined £300 for causing a road smash on the A127.一位少年駕車在 A127 號公路上撞車肇事,被罰 300 英鎊。SMASH + VERBhappen撞車事故發生The smash happened just before junction 13 of the M6.撞車事故就發生在 6 號高速公路 13 號交叉路口前。PREPOSITIONin a/the smash在撞車事故中Four people were seriously injured in a head-on smash on the A45.在 A45 號公路兩車迎頭相撞的事故中,4 人嚴重受傷。
smash

noun³

3in tennis網球ADJECTIVE | VERB + SMASH ADJECTIVEpowerful大力抽球overhead過頂高壓球forearm近網高壓球VERB + SMASHhit擊球He can hit a powerful overhead smash.他能打出大力的過頂高壓球。miss抽球失敗He misses a smash to hand Federer a 5-0 lead.他抽球失誤,拱手讓費德勒 5 比 0 領先。
smash

noun⁴

4song, film/movie, etc.歌曲;電影ADJECTIVE | VERB + SMASH | SMASH + NOUN ADJECTIVEbox-office賣座的電影club, dance-floor (both BrE) 俱樂部/舞池走紅的歌曲the recent club smash, 'Rocking Music'最近在俱樂部走紅的歌曲《搖滾音樂》surprise意外走紅instant一炮打響The comedy was an instant smash with critics.那出喜劇在評論界一炮而紅。summer夏季走紅的歌曲VERB + SMASHbe, become走紅SMASH + NOUNalbum, single走紅的專輯/單曲series, show, sitcom走紅的系列劇/演出/情景劇Bridges starred on the smash sitcom 'Diff'rent Strokes'.布里奇斯出演了走紅情景劇《細路仔》。hit非常流行film, movie (especially NAmE) 轟動的影片
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0_0: Translations of smash
  • # v.
    摧毀: destroy, smash, wreck
    打破: break, smash
    打碎: granulate, shatter, smash
    搗: beat, disturb, harass, smash
    搗碎: mash, smash
    粉碎: break up, crush, smash
    摜: fling, smash
    擊毀: destroy, shatter, smash, wreck
    扣殺: smash
    破碎: crush, smash
    摔壞: break, crash, smash
    碎: break down, break into pieces, smash
    贏: be of advantage to, beat, benefit, better, do better than, smash
    砸: break, fail, fall through, foul up, pound, smash
    砸碎: break into pieces, smash
  • # a.
    非常的: bloody, crashing, exceeding, flagrant, frightful, smash
    極大: enormous, great, huge, smash, vast
  • # n.
    摜: fling, smash
    扣球: smash, spike

0_0: Definitions of smash
  • # verb.
    - violently break (something) into pieces.
    * the thief smashed a window to get into the car
    - move so as to hit or collide with something with great force and impact.
    * their plane smashed into a mountainside
  • # noun.
    - an act or sound of something smashing.
    * he heard the smash of glass
    - a very successful song, film, show, or performer.
    * a box-office smash
    - a mixture of liquors (typically brandy) with flavored water and ice.
    - a bankruptcy or financial failure.
    * None

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