英英釋義To crush something means to press it very hard so that its shape is destroyed or so that it breaks into pieces.
例句： Andrew crushed his empty can...
英英釋義To crush a protest or movement, or a group of opponents, means to defeat it completely, usually by force.
例句：The military operation was the first step in a plan to crush the uprising.
例句：...the violent crushing of anti-government demonstrations.
英英釋義If you are crushed by something, it upsets you a great deal.
例句：Listen to criticism but don't be crushed by it.
英英釋義If you are crushed against someone or something, you are pushed or pressed against them.
例句：We were at the front, crushed against the stage.
英英釋義A crush is a crowd of people close together, in which it is difficult to move.
例句：Franklin and his thirteen-year-old son somehow got separated in the crush...