Definition of crit in English:

crit

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Pronunciation: /krɪt
 
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noun

informal
1 short for criticism or critic.
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  • Watch 2 on its own and post back straight after with your crit.
  • Recently, a couple of music crits have tried to cast a less flattering shadow on the band.
  • For this reason, many ‘respected’ rock crits hate him.
1.1British A review of a literary or artistic work or production: a theatre crit
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  • We haven't employed a literary style expert to analyse the prose in both these crits but there does seem to be similarities beyond a dislike of the book.
  • Even here in Los Angeles, the mighty L.A. Times can't seem to cover the film crit beat with three full-timers, importing reviews from other Tribune papers on a regular basis.
  • If he was asked to have his crit ready by 10.30 am, you could bet your month's expenses that it would be.

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