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Noun(1) an abrupt failure of function or complete physical exhaustion(2) a natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in(3) the act of throwing yourself down(4) a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures
Verb(1) break down, literally or metaphorically(2) collapse due to fatigue, an illness, or a sudden attack(3) fold or close up(4) fall apart(5) cause to burst(6) suffer a nervous breakdown(7) lose significance, effectiveness, or value
(1) Mr Chipungu said in an interview in Lusaka that due to weak culverts, the bridge, which connects Luangwa to the rest of the country, was caving in and might collapse any time.(2) It had been widely reported that Terri suffered from a eating disorder which caused a chemical imbalance that led to her collapse .(3) Yet, there is a real danger that a complete collapse of the dollar will harm the eurozone more than the US.(4) Crawford was referring to allegations in a leaked Scottish Enterprise document that a number of the agency's projects are close to collapse because of mismanagement and internal squabbling.(5) He describes a scene surrounding the collapse of a young woman on an aeroplane, who appears pale, ├ö├ç├┐dead, or dying,├ö├ç├û with dilated pupils.(6) The agency reportedly based its recommendation on a study by the ITB team, which said the blocks were no longer structurally sound and were in danger of collapse .(7) In addition, a thin layer of liquid lining the alveoli exerts surface tension, tending to collapse the lungs, although this surface tension is greatly decreased by the presence of surfactant.(8) Is British manufacturing in difficulty, as seen in the case of MG Rover's collapse this month, or in fact in a healthy condition - as seen by Honda's continued success?(9) Or the pressure could collapse the hole altogether.(10) Painting over the rust conceals, but does not postpone, the inevitable collapse of a rotten structure.(11) Some of the more spectacular failures include the collapse of Pan American Airways in 1991.(12) She was close to collapse but noted that the young, smartly dressed woman on her doorstep didn't physically help her.(13) The amount of pressure to collapse the airway is six times greater.(14) Dr Benbow said Mr Rigby was ├ö├ç├┐close to death├ö├ç├û and may have suffered a terminal collapse and fallen after going on to the balcony for some fresh air.(15) Who knew the share-price was about to collapse because the structure was so unsteady?(16) I hoped to wake up a bit on the tube ride north but that didn't happen either, and I eventually found myself staggering home with just enough energy to open the front door, close it and collapse on the duvet.
(1) to collapse :: i ddymchwel
1. cave-in ::
2. fainting fit ::
3. breakdown ::
4. prostration ::
5. flop ::
6. crash ::
8. faint ::
9. break down ::
10. crock up ::
llestr i fyny
11. give ::
12. burst ::
1. click ::
2. deliver ::
3. go ::
4. succeed ::
Different Formscollapse, collapsed, collapses, collapsing
Word Example from TV Shows
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Or we could COLLAPSE into nothing,
as the Targaryens did.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
But I assure you,
he's on the verge of COLLAPSE.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 8
Why would a girl see blood and COLLAPSE?
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7
Westworld Season 3, Episode 8
Is the whole house
gonna COLLAPSE or something?
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 10
English to Welsh Dictionary: collapse
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