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crank1 British & World English

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

crank2 British & World English

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

crank3 British & World English

(Of a sailing ship) liable to heel over

bell crank British & World English

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

crank call British & World English

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

hand crank British & World English

A crank that is turned by hand

crank something up in crank1 British & World English

Increase the intensity of something

crank something out in crank1 British & World English

Produce something regularly and routinely

hand-crank in hand crank British & World English

Operate (a device) by turning a crank by hand

bell-crank lever in bell crank British & World English

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

crank1 English Thesaurus

you two crank the engine by hand

crank2 English Thesaurus

I was treated like a crank by the so-called experts

crank English-Spanish

cigüeñal m

crank (handle) in crank English-Spanish

manivela f (de arranque)