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a complex fold in which a grid of previously established intersecting creases are used simultaneously.

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  1. an abrupt failure of function or health
  2. a mishap caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in
  3. the act of throwing yourself down
  4. a sudden large decline of business or the prices of stocks (especially one that causes additional failures)

collapse

(kә-laps´) a state of extreme prostration and depression, with failure of circulation. abnormal falling in of the walls of a part or organ. circulatory collapse shock (def. 2).
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001

collapse

(L. collapsus) 1. a state of extreme prostration and depression, with failure of circulation. 2. abnormal falling in of the walls of any part of organ.
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[n] - an abrupt failure of function or health 2. [n] - a mishap caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in 3. [v] - fold or close up, as of an umbrella or a music stand 4. [v] - cause to burst 5. [v] - break down, literally or metaphorically 6. [v] - lose significance, effectiveness, or value
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Collapse

• (v. i.) To fall together suddenly, as the sides of a hollow vessel; to close by falling or shrinking together; to have the sides or parts of (a thing) fall in together, or be crushed in together; as, a flue in the boiler of a steam engine sometimes collapses. • (n.) A sudden and complete failure; an utter failure of any kind; a breakdow...
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noun a mishap caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in
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Collapse

[medical] Collapse is a sudden and often unannounced loss of postural tone (going weak), often but not necessarily accompanied by loss of consciousness. If the episode was accompanied by a loss of consciousness, the term syncope is used. The main causes are cardiac (e.g. due to irregular heart beat, low blood pressure), seizures or a psycho...
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Collapse

[sports] In the context of sports a collapse is where a team with a seemingly insurmountable lead in a game, series or season standings puts on such a poor performance in the remainder of the event that they ultimately lose or fail to advance. Typically the term collapse is used in relation to a performance in a season with many games, but ...
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[topology] A simplicial complex that has a sequence of collapses leading to a point is called collapsible. Every collapsible complex is contractible, but the converse is not true. This definition can be extended to CW-complexes and is the basis for the concept of simple-homotopy equivalence. == Examples== ...
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collapse

[Verb] To fall down.
Example: The Leaning Tower of Pisa looks as if it's going to collapse.
Found on http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/glossary/

Collapse

Col·lapse' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Collapsed ; present participle & verbal noun Collapsing ] [ Latin collapsus , past participle of collabi to collapse; col- + labi to fall, slide. Se...
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Collapse

Col·lapse' noun 1. A falling together suddenly, as of the sides of a hollow vessel. 2. A sudden and complete failure; an utter failure of any kind; a breakdown. [ Colloq.] 3. (Medicine) Extreme depression or sudden failing of all the vital powers, as the result of diseas...
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collapse

1. A state of extreme prostration and depression, with failure of circulation. ... 2. Abnormal falling in of the walls of any part of organ. ... Origin: L. Collapsus ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20973

collapse

collapse, collapsed, collapsing, collapses 1. To fall down or inward suddenly; to cave in. 2. To break down suddenly in strength or health and cease to function; such as, a patient who collapsed as she was walking. 3. To fold compactly;for example, temporary fencing that collapses. 4. The act of falling down or inward, as from a loss of supports...
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fall down
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The flattening of single cells or rows of cells during the drying or pressure treatment of wood. Often characterised by a caved-in or corrugated ('washboarded') appearance of the wood surface
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21113

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the loss of several wickets in a short space of time.
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Collapse

the loss of several wickets in a short space of time.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kō-laps′ Definitions: 1. A condition of extreme prostration, similar or identical to hypovolemic shock and due to the same causes. 2. A state of profound physical depression. 3. A falling together of the walls of a structure. 4. The failure of a physiologic system. 5. The falling away of an organ from its surrou...
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