Smashing meaning

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Smashing means something is really good.

An example of smashing is what you say to friends when they offer to take you out for a drink.

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Outstandingly good; extraordinary.
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Extraordinarily impressive or fine; wonderful.

A smashing success.

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The definition of smashing is crushing.

An example of smashing used as an adjective is a smashing loss in a sporting event.

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Serving to smash.

A smashing blow to the head.

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That smashes.
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Serving to smash (something).

The boxer delivered a smashing blow to his opponent's head.

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(British informal) Wonderful, very good or impressive. Thought to be corruption of Irish Is maith é sin. (meaning "that's good").

We had a smashing time at the zoo.

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Gerund: The action of the verb to smash.

Some Greek dance is traditionally accompanied by the smashing of crockery.

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Present participle of smash.
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