smash down
a) To cause to fall down and break by hitting it hard.
b) To fall heavily.

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  • smash down — PHRASAL VERB If you smash down a door, building, or other large heavy object, you hit it hard and break it until it falls on the ground. [V P n (not pron)] The crowd tried to smash down the door of the police station. [Also V n P] Syn: break down …   English dictionary

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  • Smash! (comics) — Smash! was a weekly British comic, published first by Odhams Press from 64 Long Acre in London, and then by IPC Publications Ltd from Fleetway House in nearby Farringdon Street.It ran for 270 issues, from 5 February 1966 to 3 April 1971, when it… …   Wikipedia

  • smash — smash1 [smæʃ] v ↑calculator, ↑hammer [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: Perhaps from smack + mash] 1.) [I and T] to break into pieces violently or noisily, or to make something do this by dropping, throwing, or hitting it ▪ Vandals had smashed all the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • smash — smash1 [ smæʃ ] verb ** 1. ) transitive to break something noisily into many pieces by dropping or hitting it with a lot of force: Someone had smashed a window. a ) intransitive to break noisily into many pieces: The bottle slipped and smashed to …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • smash — [[t]smæ̱ʃ[/t]] ♦♦♦ smashes, smashing, smashed 1) V ERG If you smash something or if it smashes, it breaks into many pieces, for example when it is hit or dropped. [V n] Someone smashed a bottle... [V n] A crowd of youths started smashing windows …   English dictionary

  • smash — verb 1》 break or cause to break violently into pieces.     ↘(smash down) violently knock down. 2》 crash and severely damage (a vehicle).     ↘(smash into) hit or collide with forcefully. 3》 (in sport) strike (the ball) or score (a goal, run,… …   English new terms dictionary

  • smash — I UK [smæʃ] / US verb Word forms smash : present tense I/you/we/they smash he/she/it smashes present participle smashing past tense smashed past participle smashed ** 1) a) [transitive] to break something noisily into many pieces by dropping or… …   English dictionary

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