What is the difference between Crumble and Sugar?

"crumble" is

to fall apart; to disintegrate.

crumble

sugar

Verb

  • (intransitive, often figurative) To fall apart; to disintegrate.
  • (transitive) To break into crumbs.
  • (transitive) To mix (ingredients such as flour and butter) in such a way as to form crumbs.

Exemple

  • The empire crumbled when the ruler’s indiscretions came to light.
  • We crumbled some bread into the water.
  • Using your fingers, crumble the ingredients with the fingertips, lifting in an upward motion, until the mixture is sandy and resembles large breadcrumbs.

Noun

  • A dessert of British origin containing stewed fruit topped with a crumbly mixture of fat, flour, and sugar.

Exemple

  • blackberry and apple crumble
  • Synonyms: crisp, crunch