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ID: 8313
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Язык: Английский
Источник:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English. A S Hornby. Seventh edition. Oxford University Press. 2005.
Структурная оппозиция: Семантика
Лексико-семантическое поле: Лингвистика
 

wreck

noun, verb

noun

2 a car, plane, et cetera that has been very badly damaged in an accident:

Two passengers are still trapped in the wreck.


SYNONYMS
crash
slam • collide • smash • wreck

These are all words that can be used when something, especially a vehicle, hits something else very hard and is damaged or destroyed.

crash (rather informal) to hit an object or another vehicle, causing damage; to make a vehicle do this: I was terrified that the plane would crash.
slam (something) into/against somebody/something to crash into something with a lot of force; to make something do this: The car skidded and slammed into a tree.
collide (rather formal) (of two vehicles or people) to crash into each other; (of a vehicle or person) to crash into somebody/something else: The car and the van collided head-on in thick fog.
smash (rather informal) to crash into something with a lot of force; to make something do this; to crash a car: Ramraiders smashed a stolen car through the shop window.

CRASH, SLAM OR SMASH?
Crash
is used particularly for vehicles and can be used without a preposition: We’re going to crash, aren’t we? In this meaning slam and smash always take a preposition. They are used for a much wider range of things than just vehicles. Crash can also be used for other things, if used with a preposition: He crashed down the telephone receiver.

wreck to crash a vehicle and damage it so badly that it is not worth repairing

PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS
• The two vehicles crashed/collided.
• The two vehicles crashed/slammed/smashed into each other.
The car/plane crashed/slammed/smashed into a tree.
• I’ve crashed/smashed/wrecked the car.
• to crash/slam/collide/smash head-on (into/with something)

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