- v.（使）猛撞， （使）撞毁( crash的第三人称单数 ); 撞坏; 猛冲直撞; 发出巨响;
Viruses tend to be good at surviving when a computer system crashes.
Many people died in these crashes, and this has puzzled investigators.
The car crashes into a pine tree, bursting into flames.
The many crashes on the icy roads told their own tale.
In many crashes, the passenger cabin remained intact and the plane did not catch on fire.
Repairs PC configurations by eliminating system bottlenecks and preventing crashes.
Crashes killed 238 women drivers in 2002, compared with 907 men.
It'should be noted that most airplane crashes occur during takeoffs and landings.
If you experience crashes, you should lower the battle size.
There have been a series of airplane crashes lately.
Ice can also create maneuverability problems that could lead to crashes.
While distracted, Mickey loses control of the plane and crashes.
The loud crashes brought Carlo in from the bedroom.
Fixed quite a few crashes for both Mac and PC Clients.
With most program crashes, the Error Report Tool will start automatically.
In the approximately 20 deep-sea crashes over the past 30 years, only one plane's black boxes were never recovered.
But, Kapur notes, none of us like to fail, no matter how often Silicon Valley entrepreneurs praise the beneficial effects of an idea that fails or a start-up company that crashes and burns.
They would define the driver's role in such cars and govern how such cars perform in crashes where lives might be lost.
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