- vi. 崩溃；破碎，粉碎
- vt. 崩溃；弄碎，粉碎
- n. 面包屑
CET6 TEM4 IELTS GRE TOEFL
2. crumb => crumble.
- crumble (v.)
- late 15c., kremelen, from Old English *crymelan, presumed frequentative of gecrymman "to break into crumbs," from cruma (see crumb). The -b- is 16c., probably on analogy of French-derived words like humble, where it belongs, or by influence of crumb. Related: Crumbled; crumbling.
- 1. Rice flour makes the cake less likely to crumble.
- 2. Brighton have too many experienced players to crumble just because we are in town.
- 3. He is a skilled and ruthless leader who isn't likely to crumble under pressure.
- 4. It only takes a minute for the football hopes of an entire country to crumble.
- 5. Even if the seas go dry and rocks crumble , my will will remain firm.
- 纵然海枯石烂, 意志永不动摇.
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