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Crack — synonyms, definition

1. crack (a) Ireland

10 synonyms
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2. crack (Noun) Ireland

114 synonyms
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12 definitions

crack (Noun) — A narrow planar hole in a rock or material, usually with a flattish sides.

crack (Noun) — A narrow space between things; a narrow opening. ex. "he opened the window a crack"

crack (Noun) — A long narrow depression in a surface.

crack (Noun) — A sudden sharp noise. ex. "the crack of a whip"

crack (Noun) — A chance to do something. ex. "he wanted a crack at the champion"

crack (Noun) — Witty remark.

crack (Noun) — A blemish resulting from a break without complete separation of the parts. ex. "there was a crack in the mirror"

crack (Noun) — A purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted; highly addictive.

crack (Noun) — A usually brief attempt. ex. "he took a crack at it"

crack (Noun) — The act of cracking something.

crack (Noun) — A highly pleasurable or exciting experience.

crack (Noun) — (computing) a program, fake licence or procedure to circumvent software usage restrictions.

25 types of
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19 types
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3. crack (Verb) Ireland

40 synonyms
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16 definitions

crack (Verb) — Become fractured; break or crack on the surface only. ex. "The glass cracked when it was heated"

crack (Verb) — Make a very sharp explosive sound. ex. "His gun cracked"

crack (Verb) — Make a sharp sound. ex. "his fingers cracked"

crack (Verb) — Hit forcefully; deal a hard blow, making a cracking noise. ex. "The teacher cracked him across the face with a ruler"

crack (Verb) — Pass through (a barrier). ex. "Registrations cracked through the 30,000 mark in the county"

crack (Verb) — Break partially but keep its integrity. ex. "The glass cracked"

crack (Verb) — Break suddenly and abruptly, as under tension. ex. "The pipe cracked"

crack (Verb) — Gain unauthorized access to computers with malicious intentions. ex. "she cracked my password" ex. "crack a safe"

crack (Verb) — Suffer a nervous breakdown.

crack (Verb) — Tell spontaneously. ex. "crack a joke"

crack (Verb) — Cause to become cracked. ex. "heat and light cracked the back of the leather chair"

crack (Verb) — (chemistry) reduce (petroleum) to a simpler compound by cracking.

crack (Verb) — (chemistry) break into simpler molecules by means of heat. ex. "The petroleum cracked"

crack (Verb) — (of a voice) change in pitch, esp. as a result of emotional strain.

crack (Verb) — Yield information under interrogation or torture. ex. "They managed to crack him on the third day"

crack (Verb) — Successfully decipher a code.

27 types of
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6 types
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4. crack (Adjective) Ireland

7 synonyms
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1 definition

crack (Adjective) — Of the highest quality. ex. "a crack shot"