Too young to remember the crash of 2008 in vivid detail, Fox has been slinging stocks while on the set for the last few years.
Surely Congress would say, "No aircraft should crash because of battery fires."
The upshot is to immerse oneself in a crash course on institutional racism and police brutality.
And there was a crash involved—in Ukrainian perfidy and EU sanctions both.
All were shocked to discover after the crash that Paul had been asked to drive at all.
Well, the crash if it does not come to-day will come to-morrow.
It fell slowly, with a crash that was like a faint echo of the explosion.
There comes a crash like unto that the end of the world is nigh!
The reply came with a soft distinctness that was like a crash of destiny.
A crash program has been underway to bring electric power to every village, even in the remotest areas.
c.1400, crasschen "break in pieces;" with no identifiable ancestors or relatives it probably is imitative. Computing sense is 1973, which makes it one of the earliest computer jargon words. Meaning "break into a party, etc." is 1922. Slang meaning "to sleep" dates from 1943; especially from 1965. Related: Crashed; crashing.
1570s, from crash (v.); sense of "financial collapse" is from 1817, "collision" is from 1910; references to falling of airplanes are from World War I.