a small, fast boat used in rescue operations, especially for airplane crashes.
noun 1. a movable cart or similar conveyance carrying supplies and equipment for the management of medical emergencies. noun phrase A hospital cart with drugs, defibrillator, etc, summoned in cases of cardiac arrest: Get the crash cart. We’ve got a code blue in 516A [1970s+ Medical; probably based on crash wagon, an airport ambulance or […]
noun 1. a brief, intensive course of instruction, as to prepare one quickly for a test. noun a fast, intensive training in or study of a subject, esp. on the basics; also called cram course Examples They took a crash course on French before the trip. A short, intensive training course, as in Daisy planned […]
[krash-dahyv, -dahyv] /ˈkræʃˈdaɪv, -ˌdaɪv/ verb (used with or without object), crash-dived or crash-dove, crash-dived, crash-diving. 1. to dive rapidly at a steep angle. noun 1. a rapid dive by a submarine made at a steep angle, especially to avoid attack from a surface vessel or airplane. noun 1. a sudden steep dive from the surface […]
[krash] /kræʃ/ verb (used without object) 1. to make a loud, clattering noise, as of something dashed to pieces. 2. to break or fall to pieces with noise. 3. (of moving vehicles, objects, etc.) to collide, especially violently and noisily. 4. to move or go with a crash; strike with a crash. 5. Aeronautics. to […]