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crank1 US English

Turn the crankshaft of (an internal combustion engine), typically in order to start the engine

crank2 US English

An eccentric person, especially one who is obsessed by a particular subject or theory

crank3 US English

(Of a sailing ship) easily keeled over, especially by wind or sea through improper design or loading

bell crank US English

A lever with two arms that have a common fulcrum at their junction

crank call US English

A telephone call made to disturb, annoy, or trick someone, often anonymously

hand crank US English

A crank that is turned by hand

crank something up in crank1 US English

Increase the intensity of something

crank something out in crank1 US English

Produce something regularly and routinely

bell crank lever in bell crank US English

A lever with two arms that have a common fulcrum at their junction

crank1 US Thesaurus

you crank the engine by hand

crank2 US Thesaurus

they're nothing but a bunch of cranks

crank English-Spanish

cigüeñal m

crank (handle) in crank English-Spanish

manivela f (de arranque)