Synonyms of 'smash'
to break into pieces violently and noisilyA crowd of youths started smashing windows.
The newspapers can make or break you.
Their vehicle was crushed by an army tank.
Safety glass won't shatter if it's broken.
Crack the eggs into a bowl.
Their intention was to demolish his reputation.
He pulverized his opponents in the race for the presidency.
crush to smithereens
to break into pieces violently and noisilyThe bottle smashed against a wall.
He fell through the window, breaking the glass.
At 420 mph the windscreen disintegrated.
In a severe gale the ship split in two.
A gas main had cracked under my neighbour's garage.
Crack the salt crust and you will find the skin just peels off the fish.
They were clearing up when the second bomb exploded.
The ruler cracked and splintered into pieces.
to hit or collide forcefully and suddenlyThe train smashed into the car at 40 mph.
to defeat or destroyThe authorities were trying to smash a smuggling ring.
The building was completely destroyed.
Roads have been destroyed and crops ruined.
Vandals wrecked the garden.
I broke my collar bone and totalled the bike.
He swore to defeat the plan.
Would they trash the place when the party was over?
a show, record or film which is very popular with the publicIt is the public who decide if a film is a smash or a flop.
a violent collision of vehiclesHe was near to death after a car smash.
an act or sound of smashingthe smash of falling crockery
the extensive destruction caused by the rioters
the final defeat of all his hopes
The policy is doomed to failure.
Their economy is teetering on the edge of collapse.
The whole production was a disaster.
It is the ruin of society.
His lack of experience led to his downfall.
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an unpleasant event that causes damage, injury, or death
She was involved in a serious car accident last week.
a short loud explosive noise, such as the report of a gun
I heard four or five loud bangs.
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Thesaurus for smash from the Collins English Thesaurus