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crash-land

(krăsh′lănd′)
v. crash-land·ed, crash-land·ing, crash-lands
v.tr.
To land (an aircraft or spacecraft) under emergency conditions, usually with damage to the craft.
v.intr.
To land an aircraft or spacecraft under emergency conditions.
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crash-land

vb
(Aeronautics) to land (an aircraft) in an emergency causing damage or (of an aircraft) to land in this way
ˈcrash-ˌlanding n
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crash′-land′



v.t.
1. to land (an aircraft) in an emergency situation so that damage to the aircraft is unavoidable.
v.i.
2. to crash-land an aircraft.
[1940–45]
crash′-land′ing, n.
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crash-land


Past participle: crash-landed
Gerund: crash-landing

Imperative
crash-land
crash-land
Present
I crash-land
you crash-land
he/she/it crash-lands
we crash-land
you crash-land
they crash-land
Preterite
I crash-landed
you crash-landed
he/she/it crash-landed
we crash-landed
you crash-landed
they crash-landed
Present Continuous
I am crash-landing
you are crash-landing
he/she/it is crash-landing
we are crash-landing
you are crash-landing
they are crash-landing
Present Perfect
I have crash-landed
you have crash-landed
he/she/it has crash-landed
we have crash-landed
you have crash-landed
they have crash-landed
Past Continuous
I was crash-landing
you were crash-landing
he/she/it was crash-landing
we were crash-landing
you were crash-landing
they were crash-landing
Past Perfect
I had crash-landed
you had crash-landed
he/she/it had crash-landed
we had crash-landed
you had crash-landed
they had crash-landed
Future
I will crash-land
you will crash-land
he/she/it will crash-land
we will crash-land
you will crash-land
they will crash-land
Future Perfect
I will have crash-landed
you will have crash-landed
he/she/it will have crash-landed
we will have crash-landed
you will have crash-landed
they will have crash-landed
Future Continuous
I will be crash-landing
you will be crash-landing
he/she/it will be crash-landing
we will be crash-landing
you will be crash-landing
they will be crash-landing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been crash-landing
you have been crash-landing
he/she/it has been crash-landing
we have been crash-landing
you have been crash-landing
they have been crash-landing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been crash-landing
you will have been crash-landing
he/she/it will have been crash-landing
we will have been crash-landing
you will have been crash-landing
they will have been crash-landing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been crash-landing
you had been crash-landing
he/she/it had been crash-landing
we had been crash-landing
you had been crash-landing
they had been crash-landing
Conditional
I would crash-land
you would crash-land
he/she/it would crash-land
we would crash-land
you would crash-land
they would crash-land
Past Conditional
I would have crash-landed
you would have crash-landed
he/she/it would have crash-landed
we would have crash-landed
you would have crash-landed
they would have crash-landed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

crash-land

[ˈkræʃlænd]
A. VT [+ aircraft] → poner forzosamente en tierra
B. VIaterrizar forzosamente
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crash

(krӕʃ) noun
1. a noise as of heavy things breaking or falling on something hard. I heard a crash, and looked round to see that he'd dropped all the plates.
2. a collision. There was a crash involving three cars.
3. a failure of a business etc. the Wall Street crash.
4. a sudden failure of a computer. A computer crash is very costly.
verb
1. to (cause to) fall with a loud noise. The glass crashed to the floor.
2. to drive or be driven violently (against, into). He crashed (his car); His car crashed into a wall.
3. (of aircraft) to land or be landed in such a way as to be damaged or destroyed. His plane crashed in the mountains.
4. (of a business) to fail.
5. to force one's way noisily (through, into). He crashed through the undergrowth.
6. (of a computer) to stop working suddenly. If the computer crashes, we may lose all our files.
adjective
rapid and concentrated. a crash course in computer technology.
ˈcrash-helmet noun
a covering for the head, worn for protection by racing-motorists, motor cyclists etc.
ˌcrash-ˈland verb
to land (an aircraft), usually in an emergency, with the undercarriage up.
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