Crash, crash, crash! What words can you make with that word?
You might think of car crashes or a dinner party crashing but I am sure there are more. Here is the list of 22 words that contain the word “crash.” You may have heard some before and others will be new to you. If you want to learn what other words with this meaning exist then take a look at this article by clicking on the link below!
crash, crashing, crashed; crash-land(ed), car-crash (noun); crash barrier.
car crash, dinner party crashes; life time of crashes and what to do after a car accident
Crash: The act or sound of something coming into violent contact; collision (collision)
Crashing: Inclining downward like waves breaking against rocks in stormy seas (waves), descending rapidly or impetuously (impetus)
Crash Barrier: A barrier, typically consisting of a metal plate set across the roadway or on one side of it, to prevent vehicles from crashing through.
Car Crash: An accident involving two or more automobiles; also called car wreck and auto collision.
Dinner Party Crashes: The act of someone arriving late for an event they were invited to attend at another’s residence. This is not only socially awkward but can lead to food being wasted since guests may be already seated when the guest arrives. It can lead them feeling embarrassed by their tardiness as others might feel that they are taking up space when there are other people waiting outside who could have served themselves.” – “life happens”
The Crash: An American animated television series that aired on MTV from August 2005 to December 2008.
Microwave Crashes: A slang term for the act of crashing a microwave oven by filling it with too many metal objects and then turning it on, which will lead to electromagnetic waves being emitted inside the box causing an overload in power and possibly start a fire if there is not enough ventilation.” – “life happens”
Airplane Crash: When one or more airplanes crash; also called airplane accident.
Car Door Crash Guards: Devices used to stop items such as people’s fingers or hands and animals’ tails from getting caught between open doors when they are slammed shut by their occupants before exiting, typically on the driver’s side.
Car Crash: When one or more cars crash; also called car accident.
Game Crash: The act of terminating a program, usually from computer games, by making it halt abruptly due to an error that caused too much stress for its memory allocation or the game engine became overloaded with what is being processed.” – “what words can you make with crash”
“The act of terminating a program, usually from computer games, by making it halt abruptly due to an error that caused too much stress for its memory allocation or the game engine became overloaded with what is being processed.” – “what words can you make with crash”
Mascot Crash: When one mascot clotheslines another in sports.
Music Producer Crash Course: A set course designed as an introductory level guide and educational resource on music production techniques.
Roadside Service Crashes: Accidents involving service vehicles; also called roadside incident.
Rocket Launcher Crash Dummy Test: The process where dummies are used to test how rockets will react if they fall out of their launching tubes prematurely while in flight.
The Crash Ledge: A steep, seaweed-covered ledge that drops off sharply into the ocean below it; also called a “cliff.”
Umesh Punjabi’s Crashes and Accidents: Blog post discussing what to do if you are involved in an accident on your bike or skateboard.
Crash Bandicoot: A character in the video game series of the same name.
Ali Express “Crashes” on iOS 11: The online shopping website had a major update to its mobile app for iPhone and iPad, but many customers are experiencing crashes when they open it.
Crash Dummy: A device, often shaped like a human body and filled with sensors, that is used in crash tests.
CRASH!: An online game where players must avoid getting hit by obstacles coming from all directions.
I Love Crashes Buttons: Social media buttons for Facebook or Twitter to share this post on your social networks.
What’s Going On?: When you don’t know what someone has said or done; when something seems confusing and unclear to you.