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(1) Of an item's price: to suddenly and sharply become much cheaper.
(2) Of a particular company on the Stock Market: to suddenly lose value completely, making any shares that were bought worthless and causing investors to lose NP. This is very, very rare.
Example Usage:
(1) "The price of that paintbrush crashed dramatically after it was given out at the Advent Calendar."
(2) "I wonder if they'll be adding a new company to the Stock Market to replace the one that crashed?"
See Also: The Stock Market
Category: Items and Restocking
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