See also: Implosion and implosión

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in- +‎ explosion

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  • IPA(key): /ɪmˈpləʊʒən/
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implosion (countable and uncountable, plural implosions)

  1. The inrush of air in forming a suction stop.
  2. The action of imploding.
  3. The act or action of bringing to or as if to a center.
  4. Violent compression.
  5. A catastrophic failure; a sudden failure or collapse of an organization or system.

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From im- +‎ (ex)plosion.

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implosion f (plural implosions)

  1. implosion
    Antonym: explosion

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implosion c

  1. implosion
    Antonym: explosion
  2. (figuratively) implosion (collapse (of something abstract))

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Declension of implosion 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative implosion implosionen implosioner implosionerna
Genitive implosions implosionens implosioners implosionernas

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