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  • 101 CRACK — Children Requiring A Caring Kommunity (Community) * Challenge Response For Authenticated Cryptographic Keys (Computing » Security) * Crazy Racoons Ascertaining Corrupted Kernels (Miscellaneous » Funnies) * Colon Recontruction Applying Circulatory …

    Abbreviations dictionary

  • 102 Crack — Recorded as Crack, Crake, Crayke, Creyk, Cracker, Craker, and possibly others, this is an English surname which is also associated with Scotland. There are two possible origins. The first is that it is a nickname surname from the word crayke ,… …

    Surnames reference

  • 103 crack up — Synonyms and related words: ablate, accident, appulse, atomize, bang, bang into, bankruptcy, blow, brain disease, break down, break up, breakage, breakdown, breaking up, breakup, brunt, bulldozing, bulling, bump, bump into, burn out, calamity,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 104 crack on — U.S.A.; Pittsburgh, PA When a male attempts to get to know a female of his own peer group with the intentions of ultimately having a relationship with her because of her personality, not material possessions. Joe s had his eye on her for two… …

    English dialects glossary

  • 105 crack — [OE] Old English had the verb cracian ‘make a sudden sharp noise’, but English did not acquire the noun crack until the 14th century. Both are of Germanic origin (modern German has the related krachen, for instance, and Dutch has kraken), and the …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 106 crack — s. estimulante muy peligroso derivado del clorhidrato de cocaína. ❙ «No parecen anfetas corrientes, ni tampoco crack.» Fernando Martínez Laínez, La intentona del dragón …

    Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • 107 crack — droga de cocaína no procesada; droga; cf. coca, pasta base; se paran en la esquina a vender crack a vista y paciencia de todos …

    Diccionario de chileno actual

  • 108 crack —    Concentrated form of cocaine which is used in vapor form. It is smoked or inhaled through “crack pipes.” It is a highly addictive drug that causes psychotic behavior which is often times violent …

    Forensic science glossary

  • 109 crack — adj Expert. Jeremy was a crack reporter for the Chronicle for years. 1800s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 110 crack\ up — v 1. To wreck or be wrecked; smash up. The airplane cracked up in landing. He cracked up his car. 2. informal To become mentally ill under physical or mental overwork or worry. He had kept too busy for years, and when failures came, he cracked up …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 111 crack — I. , v. a. == break in two. HD. 568 == discourse, ‘reisons craken.’ Alys. 6991. Cf. our Engl, ‘to crack jokes’ II. , v. n. == snap short. Alys. 4436 …

    Oldest English Words

  • 112 crack up — 1) PHRASAL VERB If someone cracks up, they are under such a lot of emotional strain that they become mentally ill. [INFORMAL] [V P] She would have cracked up if she hadn t allowed herself some fun. Syn: go to pieces 2) PHRASAL VERB If you crack… …

    English dictionary

  • 113 crack —    1. to rob    By forcible entry of a building or specifically by cracking a safe, an art in which a cracksman specializes.    2. to hit or kill    Not necessarily with a blow that damages the skull:     I figure you cracked him in anger. (Turow …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 114 crack n — Say No to crack …

    English expressions

  • 115 crack on — Brit. informal proceed or progress quickly. → crack …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 116 crack up — informal I feel as if I m about to crack up Syn: break down, have a breakdown, lose control, go to pieces, go out of one s mind, go mad; informal lose it, fall/come apart at the seams, go crazy, freak out …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 117 crack on — Verb. To progress, to go quickly. E.g. We ll crack on with the meeting after lunch. Cf. get cracking …

    English slang and colloquialisms

  • 118 crack — v 1. snap, pop, clap, go bang; boom, crash, clash, explode, thunder, detonate, fulminate. 2. break, crackle, craze, chap; fracture, fragmentize, chip, break off, splinter, shiver, shatter, smash, burst; break or snap in two, split, cleave, sunder …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 119 ˌcrack (sb) ˈup — phrasal verb to suddenly laugh a lot at something, or to make someone laugh a lot Little kids crack me up with the things they say.[/ex] …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 120 crack —   1. Aperture. Māwae. Also; nakaka, owā, owā owā, weke, wekeweke, akaka, ōwae, ho onahā, makili; pūahilo (skin); lepeulu, muaiwa (in wood).    ♦ To crack, kīkē, kīmō, kīpō (as nuts); naka (as earth).   2. Noise. U ina (as a gun); kani a ina, ko… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary