Definition of crumbs in English:

crumbs

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Pronunciation: /krʌmz
 
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exclamation

British informal
Used to express dismay or surprise: ‘Crumbs,’ said Emily, ‘how embarrassing.’
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  • Plus you can't lie, because all of that data's been verified - crumbs, there go the credit cards…

Origin

late 19th century: euphemism for Christ.

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