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cracker

Pronunciation: /ˈkrækər; ˈkrækə(r)/

Translation of cracker in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1 (biscuit) cracker (feminine), galleta (feminine) ([ salada ])
    Example sentences
    • She grabbed a few crackers and cream cheese, grabbed her backpack, and hiked upstairs to start.
    • Spread smoked salmon and low-fat cream cheese on whole wheat crackers or pith rounds and top with fresh dill.
    • He brought the wine. I organised the cheese and crackers.
    Example sentences
    • They threw back local smoked mussels served on crisp rice crackers with mayonnaise.
    • Seaweed is commonly eaten by the Japanese in a variety of snack foods, including tiny crisp rice crackers.
    • This neighbour boy eats sweet potato and rice crackers.
  • 4 [Computing/Informática] cracker (masculine and feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The case studies are in-depth descriptions of how three crackers have broken into computers.
    • Sure, no electronic voting system is yet safe enough to withstand computer crackers.
    • On infected machines, it opens a back door that allows a cracker to control the computer using IRC.

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