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smash in Tennis topic

smashsmash2 noun  1 [countable] British EnglishACCIDENT a serious road or railway accident – used especially in newspapers syn crash Young boy hurt in car smash.2 [countable] (also smash hit) a new film, song etc which is very successful a box-office smash (=a film which many people go to see at the cinema)3 [countable]DST a hard downward shot in tennis or similar games4 [singular]SOUND the loud sound of something breakingsmash of He heard the smash of glass.
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smashJulia Roberts' beauty didn't stop Pretty Woman becoming a smash at the box office.Gives it a smash, gives it a rip.Suddenly, there was a smash in the kitchen.the latest Broadway smash