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crack British & World English

A line on the surface of something along which it has split without breaking apart

crack English Thesaurus

cracks spread from the bullet hole across the window

craic in crack British & World English

Enjoyable social activity; a good time

crack on British & World English

Proceed or progress quickly

crack up British & World English

Suffer an emotional breakdown under pressure

crack-up British & World English

An emotional breakdown

crack-jaw British & World English

(Of a word) difficult to pronounce

crack house British & World English

A place where crack cocaine is bought and sold

sand crack British & World English

A vertical fissure in the wall of a horse’s hoof, originating at the top of the hoof

crack willow British & World English

A large Eurasian willow with long glossy leaves, growing typically in damp or riverside habitats. The brittle branches break off easily, often taking root and producing new growth

crack a book British & World English

Open a book and read it; study

crack a crib British & World English

Break into a house

crack on to British & World English

Seek to form a sexual relationship with (someone)

crack a bottle British & World English

Open a bottle, especially of wine, and drink from it

crack of dawn British & World English

A time very early in the morning; daybreak

crack of doom British & World English

A peal of thunder announcing the Day of Judgement

crack down on British & World English

Take severe measures against

crack of the whip British & World English

A chance to try or participate in something

a tough nut to crack British & World English

A difficult problem or an opponent that is hard to beat

whip British & World English

Used to refer to something causing pain or acting as a stimulus to action

crack on in crack British & World English

Proceed or progress quickly

crack up in crack British & World English

Suffer an emotional breakdown under pressure

use a sledgehammer to crack a nut British & World English

Use disproportionately drastic measures to deal with a simple problem

crack on to in crack British & World English

Seek to form a sexual relationship with (someone)

crack a book in crack British & World English

Open a book and read it; study

crack a bottle in crack British & World English

Open a bottle, especially of wine, and drink from it

crack of dawn in crack British & World English

A time very early in the morning; daybreak

crack of doom in crack British & World English

A peal of thunder announcing the Day of Judgement

crack down on in crack British & World English

Take severe measures against

crackhead British & World English

A person who habitually takes or is addicted to crack cocaine

crack up in crack English Thesaurus

I feel I'm cracking up, always on the verge of tears

crack cocaine in crack British & World English

A potent hard crystalline form of cocaine broken into small pieces and inhaled or smoked

crackbrained British & World English

Extremely foolish; crazy

crack of the whip in crack British & World English

A chance to try or participate in something

crack down in crack English Thesaurus

a nationwide drive to crack down on crime

a tough nut to crack in nut British & World English

A difficult problem or an opponent that is hard to beat

crack open a bottle in crack British & World English

Open a bottle, especially of wine, and drink from it

use a sledgehammer to crack a nut in nut British & World English

Use disproportionately drastic measures to deal with a simple problem

a tough or hard nut to crack in nut British & World English

A difficult problem or an opponent that is hard to beat

use or take a sledgehammer to crack a nut in nut British & World English

Use disproportionately drastic measures to deal with a simple problem