a person or thing that is overwhelmingly successful or popular:
Both the play and the movie based on it were smash hits.
An outstanding success, as in She was a smash hit in the role of the governess, or His first book was a smash hit but this one isn’t doing well. [ c. 1920 ]
adjective 1. impressive or wonderful: a smashing display. 2. crushing or devastating: a smashing defeat. verb (used with object) 1. to break to pieces with violence and often with a crashing sound, as by striking, letting fall, or dashing against something; shatter: He smashed the vase against the wall. 2. to defeat, disappoint, or disillusion […]
adjective 1. impressive or wonderful: a smashing display. 2. crushing or devastating: a smashing defeat. adjective 1. (informal, mainly Brit) excellent or first-rate; wonderful: we had a smashing time smashing
adjective in sports, playing very aggressively; tending towards confrontation; also written smash-mouth
adjective See smashmouth smasher