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Collapsen

[kəˈlaps]

VERB

collapses (third person present) · collapsed (past tense) · collapsed (past participle) · collapsing (present participle)

  - (of a structure) fall down or in; give way.

  - (of a person) fall down and become unconscious, typically through illness or injury.

  - (of an institution or undertaking) fail suddenly and completely.

  - fold or be folded to fit into a small space.

NOUN

collapses (plural noun)

  - an instance of a structure falling down or in.

Synonyms

subside, sag, slump, settle, give, crumble, crumple, disintegrate, faint, swoon,

"Collapsen" in Example Sentences

1. collapsen [kəˈlaps] VERB. collapses (third person present) · collapsed (past tense) · collapsed (past participle) · collapsing (present participle) - (of a structure) fall down or in; give way. - (of a person) fall down and become unconscious, typically through illness or injury.

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