Synonyms of crack in English:

crack

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crack down

a nationwide drive to crack down on crime get tough ontake severe/stern measures againstclamp down oncome down heavily oneliminateabolisheradicateextinguishquenchrepressstiflesuppressput an end toput a stop toendfinishget rid ofcrushput downweed outcurbnip in the budthwartfrustratescotchsquashquashquellsubdueterminatebeatovercomedefeatroutdestroydemolishannihilatewipe outextirpatelimitrestrainrestrictcheckkeep in checkcontrolkeep under control informalcome down on like a ton of brickssquelchput the kibosh onclobber

crack up

  • 2 she tried to keep a straight face but kept cracking up
    burst out laughing, dissolve into laughter, roar with laughter, shake with laughter, laugh uncontrollably, guffaw, be doubled up, split one's sides, hold one's sides
    informal fall about, be in stitches, break up, crease up, be creased up, be rolling in the aisles, laugh like a drain

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