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co·lap·sar  Verb
  1. Translate "colapsar" to English: collapse, crumble, crumble down, succumb, tumble down, belly up, flame-out, go belly up, go to the wall, keel over
    Spanish Synonyms of "colapsar": desplomarse, doblarse, venirse abajo, caerse redondo, colapsarse, derrumbarse, derrumbarse al suelo, fallar
    Define meaning of "colapsar": Sufrir(se) colapso, caer en la paralización por exceso a que pueden llegar el tráfico y otras actividades o destrucción o ruina de una institución, sistema o estructura; Decrecer o disminuir intensa y repentinamente una actividad cualquiera.
  2. El puente hechizo colapsó, The makeshift bridge collapsed.

  3. Translate "colapsar" to English: collapse, come to pieces, fall to pieces, go to pieces, belly up, fold, give out, go blooey, go flooey, go kablooey, go kerflooey, go kerflooie, go kerfooey
    Spanish Synonyms of "colapsar": derrumbarse, derrumbarse anímicamente, deshacerse, deshacerse anímicamente, desmoronarse, desmoronarse emocionalmente, destrozarse anímicamente
  4. Susana colapsó luego del divorcio, Susan collapsed after the divorce.

  5. Translate "colapsar" to English: collapse, flatten, make fall in, buckle, fold in
    Spanish Synonyms of "colapsar": achatar, aplanar, aplastar, apachurrar, derrumbar, hacer tortilla, achuchar, achurrar, desabollar
    Define meaning of "colapsar": Aplanar, rebajar la altura eliminando protuberancias, poner chato algo.
  6. El gordo colapsó el catre, The fat man collapsed the folding bed.

Verb Conjugation for "colapsar"
Gerund: colapsando
Past Participle: colapsado

yo

él/ella/usted

nosotros

vosotros

ellos/ustedes

colapsa

colapsan

colapsó

colapsaron

colapsará

colapsarán

Conceptually-related expressions of "colapsar"
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