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smashes, 3rd person singular present; smashed, past tense; smashed, past participle; smashing, present participle;
  1. Violently break (something) into pieces
    • - the thief smashed a window to get into the car
    • - gone are the days when he smashed up hotels
  2. Be violently broken into pieces; shatter
    • - the glass ball smashed instantly on the pavement
  3. Violently knock down or crush inward
    • - soldiers smashed down doors
  4. Crash and severely damage (a vehicle)
    • - my Volvo's been smashed up
  5. Hit or attack (someone) very violently
    • - Donald smashed him over the head
  6. Easily or comprehensively beat (a record)
    • - he smashed the course record
  7. Completely defeat, destroy, or foil (something regarded as hostile or dangerous)
    • - a deliberate attempt to smash the union movement
  8. Move so as to hit or collide with something with great force and impact
    • - their plane smashed into a mountainside
  9. (in sports) Strike (the ball) or score (a goal, run, etc.) with great force
    • - he smashed that one into the bleachers for another two-run homer
  10. (in tennis, badminton, and similar sports) Strike (the ball or shuttlecock) downward with a hard overhand stroke

  1. An act or sound of something smashing
    • - he heard the smash of glass
  2. A violent collision or impact between vehicles
    • - a car smash
  3. A violent blow
    • - a forearm smash
  4. A stroke in tennis, badminton, and similar sports in which the ball is hit downward with a hard overhand volley

  5. A bankruptcy or financial failure

  6. A very successful song, film, show, or performer
    • - a box-office smash
  7. A mixture of liquors (typically brandy) with flavored water and ice

  1. with a loud crash; "the car went smash through the fence"
  2. hit hard; "He smashed a 3-run homer"
  3. knock: a vigorous blow; "the sudden knock floored him"; "he took a bash right in his face"; "he got a bang on the head"
  4. a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles)
  5. break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over; "Smash a plate"
  6. bankrupt: reduce to bankruptcy; "My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"; "The slump in the financial markets smashed him"
  7. Smash!! (in Russian: СМЭШ!!) was a Russian pop duo founded in 2001 and consisting of Sergey Lazarev and Vlad Topalov. They sang mainly in English, and released their music in Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia. They were most popular among teenagers in Russia and Southeast Asia. ...
  8. Smash is the third studio album by American punk rock band The Offspring, released on April 8, 1994 through Epitaph Records. ...
  9. Smash (often typeset as S*M*A*S*H) are a punk rock trio who enjoyed brief notoriety in the early 1990s in the UK. Smash was formed by Ed Borrie (vocals, guitar), Salvatore Alessi (credited as Salv) (bass), and Rob Hague (drums) in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire, England.
  10. The Society of Modern American Science Heroes, or SMASH, is a team of fictional superheroes whose adventures are published by America's Best Comics and take place on the parallel world of Terra Obscura.
  11. Started in October, 2005, SMASH is a clothing store and screenprinting/design shop that has played a critical role in the revitalization of downtown Des Moines, Iowa. ...
  12. SMASH is a cryptographic hash function which was created by Lars R. Knudsen.Knudsen, Lars R.: , Accessed 23 November 2009 SMASH comes in two versions: 256-bit and 512-bit. ...
  13. The sound of a violent impact, to strike violently; A traffic accident; Something very successful; A very hard overhead shot hit sharply downward; To have sex; To break (something brittle) violently; To hit extremely hard; To ruin completely and suddenly; To defeat overwhelmingly; To ...
  14. (smashing) Gerund: The action of the verb to smash; Serving to smash (something); Wonderful, very good or impressive. Thought to be corruption of Irish Is maith é sin. (meaning "that's good")
  15. (Smashed) During match play, if both golfers have the same score, the hole is tied and no points are won. Same as “No Blood”
  16. Smashed tiles can be used to form words, but do not add to the damage of the word. As a result, using these tiles produces less damage than would normally be generated. As with the previous negative tiles, these tiles also result from the attacks of certain foes, like Polyphemus.
  17. (Smashes) Small juleps, served in old fashioned glasses. Made with muddled sugar, ice cubes, whiskey, gin, rum or brandy and soda. Garnished with sprigs of mint and fruit.
  18. (Smashes) A Smash is similar to a short Julep, made by crushing mint leaves and sugar spirit together in the base of a rocks glass, which is then filled with crushed ice. Any type of spirit is then poured into the glass, Brandy and gin are especially popular.
  19. (SMASHING) One of the forming operations performed on the spine of a book block during the hard-cover binding process.
  20. (Smashing) terrific. "These biscuits are simply smashing!"
  21. (smashing (nipping, compressing)) The binding operation following sewing in which the folded and sewn sheets are compressed to tighten the fold free of air to make the front and back of the sheets the same thickness.
  22. (smashing) The process of removing portals, tombstones, or other objects from the game.
  23. (smashing) [Informal] outstandingly good; extraordinary.
  24. (smashing) great; wonderful; excellent.
  25. A short julep made of liquor, sugar, and mint, served in a small glass.