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NOUN   a collapse | collapses
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VERB  to collapse | collapsed | collapsed ... 
 
SYNO   to burst | to collapse | collapse ... 
to collapse
1228
zusammenbrechen
constr. to collapse [bridge, house, etc.]
872
einstürzen [Brücke, Haus etc.]
archi. constr. to collapse
418
einfallen [einstürzen]
astron. med. to collapse
371
kollabieren
electr. to collapse
235
kippen [z. B. Signal]
comp. to collapse [in a tree view]
133
einklappen [in einer Baumansicht]
to collapse
115
zusammenfallen
to collapse
88
zusammenstürzen
to collapse [cave in (e.g. platform); also: drop suddenly in value (price or currency)]
76
einbrechen [einstürzen (z. B. Tribüne); auch: stark im Wert fallen (Kurs od. Währung)]
to collapse
70
zusammenkrachen [ugs.]
to collapse [fall apart]
56
auseinanderfallen
sports to collapse [give out]
44
aufgeben [nicht weitermachen]
to collapse [fail suddenly and completely (theory, talks, etc.)]
37
platzen [ugs.] [ein schnelles Ende finden (Theorie, Verhandlungen etc.)]
to collapse sth. [fold up (e.g. a deckchair)]
31
etw. zusammenklappen [z. B. einen Liegestuhl]
to collapse
19
fehlschlagen
to collapse
18
zusammensinken
to collapse [fall apart]
17
auseinanderbrechen
electr. to collapse
14
umkippen [z. B. Signal]
comp. Internet to collapse sth. [e.g. a menu of commands]
11
etw.Akk. zuklappen [z. B. im Navigationsfensterbereich]
to collapse sth. [fold up]
9
etw. zusammenfalten
to collapse [person: break down from exhaustion]
7
zusammenklappen [ugs.] [Person: vor Erschöpfung]
comp. to collapse sth. [in a tree view]
5
etw. zusammenklappen [in einer Baumansicht]
comm. to collapsePleite machen
med. to collapseeinen Kollaps erleiden
to collapsein sich zusammenbrechen
to collapse [fail suddenly and completely](rasch) scheitern [z. B. Verhandlungen]
to collapse [fall apart]auseinander fallen [alt]
to collapse [fold up]sich zusammenfalten
to collapse [gateway, glacier mouth, etc.]zustürzen [selten] [einstürzen; Tor, Gletschertor etc.]
to collapse sth. [cause sth. to fall down or give way]etw.Akk. zum Einsturz bringen
to collapse sth. [cause sth. to fall down or give way]etw.Akk. zum Einstürzen bringen
Nouns
collapse
915
Zusammenbruch {m}
collapse
133
Untergang {m}
collapse
127
Einsturz {m}
econ. collapse
62
Absturz {m}
collapse
62
Zusammensturz {m}
astron. econ. med. collapse
45
Kollaps {m}
tech. collapse
43
Versagen {n}
collapse
42
Pleite {f}
collapse [of peace talks, etc.]
42
[schnelles] Scheitern {n} [von Friedensgesprächen etc.]
collapse [breakup, disintegration]
25
Zerfall {m} [Zusammenbruch]
collapse [of a bridge, etc.; of prices, of a currency]
20
Einbrechen {n} [Einsturz; Verfall (der Kurse, einer Währung)]
collapse
11
Fehlschlag {m}
collapse [of an empire, of a family, etc.]
7
Auseinanderbrechen {n} [eines Weltreichs, einer Familie etc.]
collapseEinfall {m} [veraltet] [Einsturz]
astron. med. spec. collapseKollabieren {n}
relig. collapseZerbruch {m} [selten] [Zusammenbruch]
collapseplötzlicher Preissturz {m}
collapseplötzliches Nachlassen {n} der Nachfrage
2 Words: Nouns
bank collapseBankzusammenbruch {m}
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