Gain admittance, as to a party or concert, without being invited or without paying. For example, The concert was outdoors, but heavy security prevented anyone from crashing the gate. This term originally applied to persons getting through the gate at sports events without buying tickets. By the 1920s it was extended to being an uninvited guest at other gatherings and had given rise to the noun gatecrasher for one who did so. [ Early 1900s ]
noun 1. an emergency vehicle based at an airport.
- Crash with someone
[krash-wur-th ee-nis] /ˈkræʃˌwɜr ði nɪs/ noun 1. the ability of a car or other vehicle to withstand a collision or with minimal bodily injury to its occupants. /ˈkræʃˌwɜːðɪnɪs/ noun 1. the ability of a vehicle structure to withstand a crash
crani- pref. Variant of cranio-.