desplomarse


desplomarse
pron.v.
to collapse.
se desplomó agotado en el sillón he collapsed exhausted into the chair
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desplomarse
verbo pronominal
1 (caer una pared) to tumble down
2 (caer algo de peso) to fall down, collapse, topple over
3 (persona) to collapse
4 (precios) to slump, fall sharply
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verb
1) to fall
2) collapse
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VPR
1) (=derrumbarse) [persona, gobierno] to collapse; [edificio] to topple over; [al vacío] to plummet down

se ha desplomado el techo — the ceiling has fallen in

caer desplomado — to collapse

el avión se desplomó — the plane fell o dropped out of the sky

2) (Econ) [precios] to slump, tumble
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verbo pronominal
1) persona/edificio to collapse

cayó desplomado al suelo — he collapsed onto the floor

2) precio/cotización to crash; ilusiones to be shattered; esperanzas to be dashed; sistema/régimen to collapse
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= slump, tumble down, cave in, flake out, tumble, plummet, slump in + a heap, take + a tumble, keel over.
Ex. The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
Ex. The article has the title 'The walls come tumbling down'.
Ex. The article is entitled 'Sometimes the roof doesn't just leak, it caves in!'.
Ex. After dancing his heart out for an hour or two, and drinking more beers than he should, he flaked out earlier than most.
Ex. The form this 'hypothesis' has come to take is easily dismissed as a straw figure and serious consideration of the relation between language diversity and thinking has largely tumbled with it.
Ex. The costs of retrieval and distribution of information have plummeted and may be further reduced in future.
Ex. One day she indulged in her habit of swigging too much gin before going to feed the porker and after opening its pen she slumped in a heap.
Ex. Tourism takes a tumble in Australia due to the global credit crunch.
Ex. If I was running at a dead sprint going full tilt, I do not think I could make it much more than maybe one mile before I would keel over.
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verbo pronominal
1) persona/edificio to collapse

cayó desplomado al suelo — he collapsed onto the floor

2) precio/cotización to crash; ilusiones to be shattered; esperanzas to be dashed; sistema/régimen to collapse
* * *
= slump, tumble down, cave in, flake out, tumble, plummet, slump in + a heap, take + a tumble, keel over.

Ex: The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.

Ex: The article has the title 'The walls come tumbling down'.
Ex: The article is entitled 'Sometimes the roof doesn't just leak, it caves in!'.
Ex: After dancing his heart out for an hour or two, and drinking more beers than he should, he flaked out earlier than most.
Ex: The form this 'hypothesis' has come to take is easily dismissed as a straw figure and serious consideration of the relation between language diversity and thinking has largely tumbled with it.
Ex: The costs of retrieval and distribution of information have plummeted and may be further reduced in future.
Ex: One day she indulged in her habit of swigging too much gin before going to feed the porker and after opening its pen she slumped in a heap.
Ex: Tourism takes a tumble in Australia due to the global credit crunch.
Ex: If I was running at a dead sprint going full tilt, I do not think I could make it much more than maybe one mile before I would keel over.

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desplomarse [A1 ]
v pron
A
1 «persona» to collapse
cayó desplomado al suelo he collapsed onto the floor
2 «torre/edificio» to collapse
B
1 «precio/cotización» to plunge, plummet, crash
2 «ilusiones» to be shattered; «esperanzas» to be dashed
se desplomaron todos sus planes all his plans fell through
3 «sistema/régimen» to collapse
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desplomarse (conjugate desplomarse) verbo pronominal [persona/edificio] to collapse
desplomarse verbo reflexivo to collapse
(precios) to slump, fall sharply: al oír la noticia, se desplomó al suelo, when she heard the news she collapsed on the floor
'desplomarse' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
derrumbarse
- redondo
English:
collapse
- plunge
- slump
- tumble down
- drop
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vpr
1. [caer] [persona, edificio, andamio] to collapse;
[techo] to fall o cave in;
se desplomó agotado en el sillón he collapsed exhausted into the chair
2. [hundirse] [divisa, bolsa, precios] to plummet;
[gobierno] to collapse, to fall; [imperio, sistema] to collapse
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desplomarse
v/r collapse
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desplomarse vr
1) : to plummet, to fall
2) derrumbarse: to collapse, to break down
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desplomarse vb to collapse

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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