Traducción de crack-up en español:

crack-up

choque, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkrækəp/

Ver definición en español de choque

nombre

(crackup)
coloquial
  • 1EEUU

    (collision)
    choque masculino
    • It would lead to the crack-up boom and the breakdown of the whole monetary system.
    • Any bump in the road is greeted not just as evidence of the crack-up, but as its beginning.
    • The later the crack-up comes, the longer the period in which the calculation is misguided by fiduciary media.
    • The Baltics’ surge toward independence in 1989 was the first sign of the impending crack-up of the Soviet Union.
    • The revisionists have been watching carefully the crack-up and want to avoid the alienation of a couple of million members.
    • After the Communist crack-up, the question is, on what principles is the world going to be organized?
    • This is supposed to help us savor more deeply the transient joys and triumphs preceding the crack-up.
    • The crack-up didn't happen then and it may not happen now.
    • Well, we propose a two-step response to the Canadian crack-up.
    • Well, for the press, it's the latest sign of a conservative crack-up.
    • I suppose in due course I'll see him, but I'm really interested in the crack-up of a political system.
    • He refers to this as flight into real goods or the crack-up boom.
    • Only one very broad check remains: the ultimate threat of hyper-inflation, the crack-up of the currency.
    • The worst of the economic crack-up has cleared (we hope).
    • And we are going head - on into an economic, social, and political crack-up.
    • Or is this midlife crisis as political crack-up?
  • 2

    (breakdown)
    colapso masculino
    derrumbe masculino
    • Mark has had one emotional crack-up and one hospitalisation before the stresses have even begun.
    • The directorial debut shows the actress grappling with the aftermath of a crack-up.
    • By the time the reader gets to book four, Donny's been ‘hospitalized for a crack-up.’
    • Even his crack-up comes out pretty buttoned-down.
    • For her, The Bell Jar is not just a novel about teenage crack-ups.
    • In the midst of it all was the ‘50s, the decade of her crack-up.
    • ‘I was desperately, desperately lonely,’ she says, recalling her crack-up when Rowan left home to go to Oxford.
    • The truth was that of the three of us, my crack-up was the least enjoyable.
    • Stories of his crack-up and split from his lovely wife became public.