- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of implode.
“If the US economy implodes is it really rational to assume the gov't, in desparation, may not go after some of the great returns you made by investing in developing nations?”
“California, before it implodes from the cumulative stupidity of you and your fellow liberals.”
“No manager can win when the rotation implodes, which is another possibility this season.”
“You would not know that artist Damien Hirst flogged off £70m of "fine art" including the Formaldehyde Shark above - nor will you know that art prices nearly always reach top levels at the same time that commercial property development hits the point where it implodes, which is the guaranteed signal of recession.”
“Fake, it cant happen, the coffin caves in and the soil "implodes" around the one inside.”
“Of course the Times has to say that Burg himself "implodes" from his realization, rather than face the obvious.”
“It all kind of implodes from pent-up energy, and it all just makes sense.”
“Of course … this system also lets you get direct email notification of "implodes" or updates to our implode / ailing records tracked at the mortgage, bank, builder, hedge fund, or bank sites.”
“The myth of 'American exceptionalism' implodes | Richard Wolff”
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