Hindi translation of 'collapse'
collapse /kəˈlæps कअˈलैप्स्/
Word forms: collapses, collapsing, collapsed
1. intransitive verb, uncountable noun
If something collapses, or if there is a collapse of it, it suddenly falls down or falls inwards.
ढह जाना/विध्वंस mn
The roof had collapsed.
a building/tower/roof/wall collapses
2. intransitive verb, uncountable noun
If you collapse, or if you have a collapse, you suddenly fall down because you are ill or tired.
ढेर हो जाना/विध्वंस mn
गिर जाना/पात mn
Jimmy collapsed on the floor.
A few days after his collapse he was sitting up in bed.
3. intransitive verb, uncountable noun
If a system or institution collapses, or if there is a collapse, it fails completely and suddenly.
विफल हो जाना/विफलता nf
The company collapsed in 1992 with debts of £1.4 million.
The medical system is facing collapse.
collapse under something
a regime/economy/system collapses
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Example Sentences Including 'collapse'
Following the collapse of the Berlin Wall, the Stasi was disbanded.CHAMELEON (2002)
Unfortunately, she looked more as though she was going to sag to her knees and collapse.Death in Fashion
Aubrey must take her off his hands before her collapse became dangerous to him.The Last Raven
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'collapse' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَنْهارُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desmoronar
- Chinese: 崩溃
- Croatian: srušiti se
- Czech: zřítit se budova
- Danish: kollapse
- Dutch: instorten
- European Spanish: desmoronarse
- Finnish: romahtaa
- French: s’effondrer
- German: zusammenbrechen
- Greek: καταρρέω
- Italian: crollare
- Japanese: 崩れる
- Korean: 무너지다
- Norwegian: kollapse
- Polish: załamać się załamywać się
- Portuguese: desmaiar
- Romanian: a se prăbuși
- Russian: свалиться
- Spanish: desmoronarse
- Swedish: kollapsa
- Thai: พังทลาย
- Turkish: çökmek
- Ukrainian: звалюватися звалитися
- Vietnamese: đổ sập
Translation of collapse from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary