“Smash” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Joe Hart: 'All I want is to be a big part of a club ... hope burns through me' →
Instead of smashing my way through a problem, I needed to take stock.
· Watch two neighbors make the most of social distancing with a beer catapult →
Watch Jennifer Lopez smash Jimmy Fallon in a TikTok dance challenge
The China Post
· 1,000 protest Belarusian president seeking another term →
Many of the demonstrators carried slippers as a symbol of protest leader Sergei Tikhanovsky’s call to “smash the cockroach.”
· From wonky tables to broken printers: how to solve the most irritating household problems →
Cats “seem to be the number one culprits” when it comes to smashed pottery, says the ceramics conservator Kirsten Ramsay, who also appears on The Repair Shop.
· Hong Kong police fire tear gas, water cannons at protest against proposed security law →
In a separate statement, they said that “rioters smashed and broke traffic lights,” and had “blocked multiple roads” with trash cans and “other miscellaneous objects.”
· MasterChef 2020 Australia elimination: the kitchen gets fishy as another contestant is eliminated – live →
Reece smashed it.
· Tear gas fired, arrests made as Hong Kong protesters demonstrate against China security proposal →
They also set up barricades with stones, potted plants and umbrellas, and smashed traffic lights on Hennessy Road in Wan Chai.
· Fortnite, rappers and the billion-dollar pandemic gaming boom →
A smash success since its release in 2017, Fortnite's popularity has again exploded as people flock to video games amid the tedium and isolation of Covid-19 quarantines.
· From the Archives, 1975: Bomb destroys Footscray travel centre →
The blast tore down power lines and smashed the windows of about 20 houses.
The New York Times
· The Mystery of McGuffin Manor →
This grid smashes its black-and-white, two-dimensional constraints in so many ways, but if you think about puzzles, they’re really all mysteries that we unravel; solvers of crosswords, solvers of capers.