[krash-aw] /ˈkræʃ ɔ/
Richard, 1613–49, English poet.
Richard. 1613–49, English religious poet, noted esp for the Steps to the Temple (1646)
- Crash barrier
noun 1. a barrier erected along the centre of a motorway, around a racetrack, etc, for safety purposes
noun 1. 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 […]