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Idioms about crack

Origin of crack

before 1000; Middle English crak(k)en (v.), crak (noun), Old English cracian to resound; akin to German krachen,Dutch kraken (v.), and German Krach,Dutch krak (noun)

OTHER WORDS FROM crack

crack·a·ble, adjectivecrackless, adjective
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How to use crack in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for crack

crack
/ (kræk) /

verb
noun
adjective
(prenominal) slang first-class; excellenta crack shot

Word Origin for crack

Old English cracian; related to Old High German krahhōn, Dutch kraken, Sanskrit gárjati he roars
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Other Idioms and Phrases with crack

crack

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