[ krak ]
/ kræk /
fun and entertainment, especially good conversation and company (often preceded by the): Come for the beer, lads, and stay for the craic!
mischievous fun; laughs: We did it just for the craic.
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Origin of craic
< Irish < English crack, in the sense of “a wisecrack”
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British Dictionary definitions for craic
/ (kræk) /
an Irish spelling of crack (def. 31)
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