Collapse [noun]

Definition of Collapse:

downfall, breakdown

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Sentence/Example of Collapse:

Our analysis so far indicates that the answer is yes, provided the spontaneous collapse rate increases with the curvature of spacetime.

The country was already teetering on the edge of economic collapse before the blast.

There also was the collapse of a fuel tank in the mining city of Norilsk.

No matter how bizarre and twisted the universe looked before it contracted, the collapse would efficiently erase a wide range of primordial wrinkles.

The wave of evictions caused by the coronavirus could swamp even the massive dislocation caused by the collapse of the US housing bubble more than a decade ago.

That expansion appears to have helped collapse testing disparities in the region, according to our analysis of testing data from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

The Covid-19 pandemic and resulting economic collapse have had a disproportionate impact on the vulnerable amongst us.

Historically this stage of development has lead to a doubling down on old tactics in search of short-term gains, but this invariably leads to the collapse of the civilization.

By the end of the collapse, adults were about the only comb jellies left.

This collapse in Andrew Yang’s optimism is what led him to run for President.