slam into (someone or something)(redirected from slamming into it)
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slam into (someone or something)
To collide with someone or something in a very forceful or violent manner. Another driver ignored a red light and slammed into us in the middle of the intersection. He didn't see the dining room table and slammed right into it.
slam into someone or something
to crash into someone or something. The race car—out of control—slammed into the stands. The bus slammed into a truck.
To hit something with force; crash into someone or something: The truck lost its brakes and slammed into the guardrail.