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cracker British & World English

A decorated paper cylinder which, when pulled apart, makes a sharp noise and releases a small toy or other novelty

safe-breaker British & World English

A person who breaks open and robs safes

soda cracker British & World English

A thin, crisp biscuit leavened with baking soda

cream cracker British & World English

A dry unsweetened biscuit eaten chiefly with cheese

animal cracker British & World English

A type of sweet cracker or cookie made in the shapes of various animals

prawn cracker British & World English

(In Chinese cooking) a light crisp made from rice or tapioca flour with prawn flavouring, which puffs up when deep-fried

oyster cracker British & World English

A small, round soda cracker served with soup, oysters, etc.

crackers English-Spanish

chiflado colloquial/familiar

to be crackers in crackers English-Spanish

estar* chiflado, estar* como una cabra

she went crackers when she found out in crackers English-Spanish

se puso furibunda cuando se enteró