hiiiii for all

would like to know the difference between crash and accident

thanks a lot

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A crash is one kind of accident.

Crash-- a collision or crashing, as of automobiles, trains, etc.
Accident-- an undesirable or unfortunate happening that occurs unintentionally and usually results in harm, injury, damage, or loss; casualty; mishap: automobile accidents.
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A crash need not be an accident.
The audience thrilled to the crash of the cymbals.

The auto test group planned a carefully controlled series of test crashes.
He and his wife purposely crashed the empty car into a tree to collect the insurance.
And an accident need not be a crash.
I wrote even, though I intended to write ever. It was an accident.
I found out by accident that she had already been married a year ago.
Dave had a bad accident. He fell from a ladder and broke his arm.

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An accident has no know or assignable cause. A crash does.
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