- v. 打碎；粉碎；猛撞
- n. 破碎；撞击；轰动的演出；[网球]高压扣球
- adj. 极为成功的
- [S] [U] 破碎(声) (the sound of) a violent breaking
- [S] [U] 猛击,猛撞 a powerful blow; crash
- [C] 大成功; 极为成功的新书〔新戏,电影等〕 a very successful new book, play, film, etc.
- vt. & vi. 打碎; 捣烂 break into pieces with violence and noise; shatter
- vt. 重击; 打败 deal a heavy blow to; defeat
a vigorous blow;
"the sudden knock floored him"
"he took a bash right in his face"
"he got a bang on the head"
a serious collision (especially of motor vehicles)
a hard return hitting the tennis ball above your head
the act of colliding with something;
"his crash through the window"
"the fullback's smash into the defensive line"
a conspicuous success;
"that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career"
"that new Broadway show is a real smasher"
"the party went with a bang"
with a loud crash;
"the car went smash through the fence"
"He smashed a 3-run homer"
break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over;
"Smash a plate"
reduce to bankruptcy;
"My daughter's fancy wedding is going to break me!"
"The slump in the financial markets smashed him"
"She smashed her car against the guard rail"
humiliate or depress completely;
"She was crushed by his refusal of her invitation"
"The death of her son smashed her"
damage or destroy as if by violence;
"The teenager banged up the car of his mother"
hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
collide or strike violently and suddenly;
"The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail"
overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful);
"The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off"
break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow;
"The window smashed"
- The bottle slipped and smashed to pieces on the floor.
- We shall thoroughly smash the scheme of the enemy.
- We must be ready at all times to smash the enemy's attacks.
- I lost my key and had to smash the window open.
- If you smash an egg on a stone, the egg will definitely smash.
- The teapot fell with an awful smash.
- We heard a smash in the kitchen.
- There was a serious motor smash on the bridge.
- Her performance was a tremendous smash.
- Her first movie was an international smash.
- Nobody can possibly save such a smash.
- Her overhead smash went out of the court.
- The play had its smash premiere.
- We heard the smash of plates breaking in the kitchen.
- He gave me a smash on my head.
- The gifted author wrote one smash after another.
- The cup fell and smashed.
- The dish smashed on the floor.
- She dropped the plate and smashed it.
- We smashed his intrigues.
- This unexpected news had smashed all his hopes.
- The glass fell and was smashed to atoms.
- His hopes were smashed.
- The lock was rusty, so we had to smash the door open.
- smash in (v.+adv.)
把…往里砸坏 break sth in an inward direction
smash sth ⇔ in
The explosion had smashed in all the ground-floor windows.
The firemen smashed in the doors.
The side of the car was all smashed in when it hit the bus.
- smash up (v.+adv.)
砸坏(某物); 使受损坏 destroy or damage sth or wound sb seriously as in an accident
smash sth ⇔ up
The thieves not only stole the jewels, but smashed up most of the valuable furniture in the room.
The whole shop was smashed up.
- hear a smash 听到猛烈的撞击声
- awful〔bad〕 smash 严重的撞车
- smash ruthlessly 粗鲁地重击
- smash terrifically 可怕地重击
- smash vigorously 强有力地打击
- smash violently 猛烈地打击
- smash in 冲进来抢
- smash in a door 破门而入
- smash off 把…砸碎
- smash a lock off 把锁砸碎
- smash up a monopoly 打破垄断
- smash up all the furniture 捣毁所有家具
Clay took command..with..quick smashes to the face.出自：Boxing
His second bust..had been smashed to atoms.出自： Conan Doyle
Prisoners smashed the china pans.出自：Financial Times
- smash可接副词in表示“把…往里砸坏”; 接up表示“使某物受损”。