“Collapse” in the news
|began to collapse|
|following the collapse|
|until the collapse|
Publications and example sentences
· Future of Argentina's Jaguares in doubt due to coronavirus →
Less than a year since reaching the Super Rugby final, Argentina's Jaguares face the risk of collapsing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
· Opec, Russia meet to extend record oil cuts, push for compliance →
The producers known as Opec+ previously agreed to cut supply by a record 9.7 million barrels per day (bpd) during May-June to prop up prices that collapsed due to the coronavirus crisis.
· Obama holds town hall on racial injustice with Rep. John Lewis →
More than 43 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits, according to government figures, and African Americans are disproportionately affected by the sudden economic collapse.
· SoFi Stadium Worker Dies After Fall From Roof →
In February, a large crane collapsed at the site, but no one was injured in the accident.
The New York Times
· Falling Jobless Rate Could Imperil Aid Underpinning the Recovery →
“But with more than 100,000 Americans tragically dead, 21 million still out of work and state and local budgets collapsing, now is the worst possible moment to take our foot off the gas.”
· Commentary: No country will survive deglobalisation →
In his prescient 2001 book The End of Globalization, the Princeton economic historian Harold James showed how an earlier era of global economic and financial integration collapsed under the pressures of unexpected events during the Great Depression of the 1930s, culminating in World War II.
The New York Times
· Unemployment, Protests, Black Hole: Your Friday Evening Briefing →
The observations will also help astronomers better understand how black holes, often the corpses of stars that have died and collapsed, produce their cosmic fireworks, researchers said.