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Crush — synonyms, definition
1. crush (Noun)
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crush (Noun) — Leather that has had its grain pattern accentuated.
crush (Noun) — A dense crowd of people.
crush (Noun) — Temporary love of an adolescent.
crush (Noun) — The act of crushing.
6 types of
aroha compressing compression crowd leather love
comminution grind mill pulverisation pulverization snarl-up traffic jam
2. crush (Verb)
abrade annihilate batter beat beat out better bow bray break break down bruise burst cast down cause to fall check compel compress conquer constrain constrict • • •
crush (Verb) — Use force to compress, making out of normal shape or condition.
ex. "crush an aluminium can"
crush (Verb) — Dominate or subjugate by unjust use of one's authority and power.
ex. "The government crushes political activists"
crush (Verb) — Come out better in a competition, race, or conflict.
crush (Verb) — Break into small pieces.
ex. "The car crushed the toy"
crush (Verb) — Humiliate or depress completely.
ex. "She was crushed by his refusal of her invitation"
crush (Verb) — Hurt or bruise with a squashing force.
ex. "crush a toe"
crush (Verb) — Make ineffective.
ex. "Martin Luther King tried to crush racial discrimination"
crush (Verb) — Become injured, broken, or distorted by pressure.
ex. "The plastic bottle crushed against the wall"
23 types of
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bat beat hollow best bruise cheat checkmate chicane chouse clobber cream drub eliminate exceed get over get the best get the jump hammer have the best immobilise immobilize • • •