• be crushed flat [to death]
  • ぺちゃんこにつぶれる[圧死する]
  • crush garlic
  • にんにくをつぶす
  • crush up a tablet
  • 錠剤を粉々に砕く
  • die in a crush
  • 圧死する
  • Don't be crushed by it.
  • そんなことで弱音をはくな
  • lemon crush
  • レモンスカッシュ
  • A diagnosis of rhabdomyolysis may be suspected in anyone who has suffered trauma, crush injury or prolonged immobilization, but it may also be identified at a later stage due to deteriorating kidney function (abnormally raised or increasing creatinine and urea levels, falling urine output) or reddish-brown discoloration of the urine.
  • Wikipedia: Rhabdomyolysis
  • A few months later, Pedro I crushed the short-lived Confederation of the Equator, a failed secession attempt by provincial rebels in Brazil's northeast.
  • Wikipedia: Pedro I of Brazil
  • A great imperial expedition under Leo Phocas and Romanos I Lekapenos ended again with a crushing Byzantine defeat at the Battle of Achelous (917), and the following year the Bulgarians were free to ravage Northern Greece.
  • Wikipedia: Byzantine Empire
  • A sketch was made of the execution showing the condemned being forced to place his head upon a pedestal, and then being held there while an elephant crushed his head underfoot.
  • Wikipedia: Execution by elephant
  • Access to Western luxury goods became even more restricted, as Western governments applied economic sanctions to express their dissatisfaction with the government repression of the opposition, while at the same time the government had to use most of the foreign currency it could obtain to pay the crushing rates on its foreign debt which reached US$23 billion by 1980.
  • Wikipedia: History of Poland (1945–1989)
  • After a brief but violent battle that left between 500 and 1,000 people dead and about 20,000 homeless, the Binh Xuyên were crushed.
  • Wikipedia: State of Vietnam referendum, 1955
  • After returning atmospheric data for a little over 50 minutes, they both were crushed at altitudes of approximately 20 km before going on to strike the surface on the night side of Venus.
  • Wikipedia: Venus
  • After the Spartan threat had been removed, Pericles crossed back to Euboea to crush the revolt there.
  • Wikipedia: Pericles
  • Another advantage is that there is no limit on the smallest particles that the retort can process, thus allowing all the crushed feed to be used.
  • Wikipedia: Shale oil extraction
  • As Victoria was riding in a carriage, Pate struck her with his cane, crushing her bonnet and bruising her forehead.
  • Wikipedia: Queen Victoria
  • During the 16th century a hard layer of compacted clay and crushed shells formed over the ship, stabilizing the site and sealing the Tudor-era deposits.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Rose
  • During the following eight months she drifted northward until, on 27 October, she was crushed by the pack's pressure, finally sinking on 21 November.
  • Wikipedia: Voyage of the James Caird
  • Edward's vastly superior forces soon crushed the uprising, but Rhys ap Maredudd remained at liberty until his capture and execution in 1292.
  • Wikipedia: William Cragh
  • Government efforts to violently crush the strike, including a Royal Northwest Mounted Police charge into a crowd of protesters that resulted in multiple casualties and one death, had led to the arrest of the movement's leaders.
  • Wikipedia: Manitoba
  • Having crushed Pergamum (the Greek state in Asia Minor) and formed an alliance with Aetolia, Philip was now opposed by no major Greek power other than Rhodes.
  • Wikipedia: Cretan War