smash-hit

Translations

smash-hit

[ˌsmæʃˈhɪt] nsuccessone m
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Project Fixup, a Chicago-based dating website, launched PokeDates, a dating site inspired from the global smash-hit game Pokemon Go.
PHARRELL Williams and Robin Thicke are raging over a court ruling that branded their smash-hit Blurred Lines a rip-off - and cost them nearly PS5million.
A NURSERY nurse has become a "real life" Princess Elsa from smash-hit film Frozen.
Summary: The smash-hit super-hero film Kick-Ass has premiered in Hollywood.
FOR the first time ever Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has been especially filmed for DVD and is available now.
LIVERPOOL star Jennifer Ellison will return to her home city for the national tour of the smash-hit musical, Chicago.
Miller's movie predated ``March of the Penguins'' by two years, but he's not complaining about the awareness the smash-hit documentary drummed up last year.
Tony Hatch - who has penned dozens of smash-hit pop songs in a career spanning six decades - stars in a Variety tribute lunch next month.
Harry and other characters from the smash-hit JK Rowling books and films will be taking part in a day of magical quizzes, competitions and general wizardry on Saturday November 23 between 9.
A group of Birmingham computer game programmers has developed a potentially smash-hit football game which has won the approval of England captain David Beckham.
In the running for LAFTAs are the smash-hit film Four Weddings And A Funeral - and actress Goldie Hawn.
Bon Jovi's recording successes are numerous with albums such as Slippery When Wet, Keep The Faith, and in 1994 the greatest hits collection Cross Road which produced the smash-hit single Always.