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Meaning of COLLAPSE

Pronunciation:  ku'laps

 
Matching Terms:  collapsable, collapsed, collapsible, collapsible shelter, collapsion

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 Definition: Dreaming that you collapse indicates that you are pushing yourself too hard. You have lost sight of your goals and what you need to accomplish. You may also be having difficulties trusting your own judgment and decisions.
 
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