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  • verb
    smashes; smashed; smashing
    to break (something) into many pieces :to shatter or destroy (something) [+ obj]
    to hit (something) violently and very hard [+ obj]
    [+ obj] :to hit (a ball) downward and very hard in tennis and other games
    [+ obj] :to destroy or beat (someone or something) easily or completely
    [+ obj] :to crash (a vehicle)
    He smashed his car. - often + up in U.SEnglish
    smash down
    [phrasal verb]
    smash (something) down or smash down (something) :to hit (something) hard so that it breaks and falls down
    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
    smash up
    [phrasal verb]
    smash (something) up or smash up (something) :to break and destroy (something) in a deliberate way
    Vandals broke in and smashed the place up. - see also 1smash 4 (above), smashup
    plural smashes
    [count] someone or something that is very successful or popular
    The new movie is a smash.
    She was a smash at the party.
    His new song promises to be a smash hit.
    the sound made when something hits a surface very violently
    The vase fell to the ground with a loud smash.
    a hard downward hit in tennis or other games
    She hit an overhand smash that won the match.
    Brit :crash, smashup
    a car smash

    * Các từ tương tự:
    smash-and-grab, smashed, smashing, smashup