## COLLAPSE

### Collapse

In the context of sports a**collapse**is where a team with a statistically insurmountable lead in a game, series or season standings puts on such a poor performance in the remainder of the event that they ultimately lose or fail to advance. Typically the term collapse is used in relation to a performance in a season with many games, but it has been less commonly applied to single games or matches. A collapse can be considered a form of choking extended over an extended period of time although sometimes a Collapse can be less the result of failure but bad luck or regression to the mean.

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### Collapse!

**is a series of award-winning tile-matching puzzle video games by GameHouse, a software company in Seattle, Washington. In 2007,**

*Collapse!**Super Collapse! 3*became the first game to win the Game of the Year at the inaugural Zeebys.

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### collapse

#### Noun

- The act of collapsing
- Constant function, one-valued function (in automata theory) (in particular application causing a reset)

#### Verb

- To fall down suddenly; to cave in
- To cease to function due to a sudden breakdown; to fail suddenly and completely
*Pyramid schemes tend to generate profits for a while and then***collapse**.

- To fold compactly
- For several batsmen to get out in quick succession
- To cause something to collapse.
*Hurry up and***collapse**the tent so we can get moving.

- To pass out and fall to the floor or ground, as from exhaustion or other illness; to faint
*The exhausted singer***collapsed**onstage and had to be taken to the hospital.

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