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Crush in a sentence

Crush in a Sentence

Know crush in a sentence and other usage here:

  • That’s a kind of human feeling you don’t want to crush out in a man.
  • I couldn’t find a way through the crush.
  • This machine is made to crush the rock into powder.
  • One recipe calls for a food processor to crush the whole biscuits into tiny breadcrumbs.
  • This synthetic dress material does not crush.
  • Use a pestle and mortar to crush the spices.
  • I have a crush on you.
  • Some synthetic materials do not crush easily.
  • She had a crush on you, you know.
  • She had a huge crush on one of her teachers.9 Bob has always had a crush on Lucy.
  • It gives me all its power and strength, to use to crush the barbarians and throw them all from the cliffs.
  • However, he still felt able to crush his unfortunate room-mate.
  • Crush the biscuits finely before adding them to the mixture.
  • It concerned her that Bess was developing a crush on Max.
  • You can’t crush twenty people into such a tiny room.
  • You can’t crush so many people into the classroom.
  • Don’t crush this box; there are flowers inside.
  • Simply crush aspirin and add the powder to your shampoo if you want to cure your dandruff.

Crush Synonym :

break, disintegrate, impair, squeeze, fall, shipwreck, squeeze, pound, suppress, subdue, knead, grind, peg out, inhibit, put down, press, stir, spoil, wring, press, trample, stave, churn .

Crush Antonym :

secure, solder, hatred, mend, peace, dislike, hate, attach, bind, fasten, join, unite, weld.

What is Crush ?

Verb, Noun .

As a Noun : a crowd of people pressed closely together.

As a verb : deform, pulverize, or force inwards by compressing forcefully.

Besides Crush in a Sentence Meaning in other languages:

  • Maori : kuru
  • French : écraser
  • Spanish : aplastar
  • Bengali: পিষা
  • German : zerquetschen
  • Hindi : क्रश
  • Italian : schiacciare
  • Russian : раздавить
  • Arabic : سحق

Crush in a sentence in Recognized sources

Crush  in Cambridge dictionary, Oxford Dictionary,  Wikipedia

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