smash in


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w>smash in

vt sepeinschlagen; the firemen had to smash their way indie Feuerwehrleute mussten gewaltsam eindringen; to smash somebody’s face in (inf)Hackfleisch aus jdm machen (inf)
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The sailors stood listening to the man with the helmet, who made explanations and pointed to the round bullet hole in the floor and the smash in the panel of the passage upon which the still vicious missile had spent the residue of its energy.
You always use the back bumper so you don't smash in the radiator in.
GRIEVING: Mum and dad Louise and Greg comfort each other yesterday following the death of their daughter Indira, pictured above right with Lizzie Pincock, who also died in the coach smash INS; VICTIM: Rebecca Logie