[+people] foule f , cohue f
→ I found myself in a crush of people.
to have a crush on sb avoir le béguin pour qn
→ I had a crush on the violin master.
→ Colleen seems to have developed a crush on him
to have a secret crush on sb être secrètement amoureux (-euse) de qn
lemon crush citron m pressé
[+can, banana] écraser
(=grind, break up)
[+fruit, grapes] presser
→ We were crushed against the stage.
[news, sorrow, death] accabler
→ She was utterly crushed by the news of her boyfriend's death.
to be crushed to death (by vehicle)
se faire écraser
He was crushed to death under the rubble. Il a été écrasé sous les décombres.
→ Seven people were crushed to death when the building collapsed.
[+rebellion, uprising] écraser
[+opponent] écraser → The government still think they can crush the union.
n (British) barrière f de sécurité
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