Learn how to say Crush correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word crush:
1deform, pulverize, or force inwards by compressing forcefully:
you can crush a pill between two spoons
a labourer was crushed to death by a lorry
(as adjective crushed)
the crushed remains of a Ford Cortina
crease or crumple (cloth or paper).
2violently subdue (opposition or a rebellion):
the government had taken elaborate precautions to crush any resistance
3make (someone) feel overwhelmingly disappointed or embarrassed:
I was crushed—was I not good enough?
(as adjective crushing)
the news came as a crushing blow
1 [usually in singular] a crowd of people pressed closely together:
a number of youngsters fainted in the crush
2 informal a brief but intense infatuation for someone, especially someone unattainable:
she did have a crush on Dr Russell
a person with whom someone is infatuated:
it turns out she thought you were flirting with her crush
3 [mass noun] a drink made from the juice of pressed fruit:
4 (also crush pen) a fenced passage with one narrow end, used for handling cattle or sheep.