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  1. crack

    • IPA[krak]

    美式

    • n.
      a line on the surface of something along which it has split without breaking into separate parts;a narrow space between two surfaces, especially ones that have broken or been moved apart
    • v.
      break or cause to break without a complete separation of the parts;break or cause to break open or apart
    • adj.
      very good, especially at a specified activity or in a specified role
    • noun: crack, plural noun: cracks

    • verb: crack, 3rd person present: cracks, gerund or present participle: cracking, past tense: cracked, past participle: cracked

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a line on the surface of something along which it has split without breaking into separate parts:

      a hairline crack down the middle of the glass

    • 2. a narrow space between two surfaces, especially ones that have broken or been moved apart:

      he climbed into a crack between two rocks

      the door opened a tiny crack

    • 3. a vulnerable point; a flaw:

      the company spotted a crack in their rival's defenses

    • 4. the cleft between the buttocks:

      your butt crack should not be visible when you squat

      I've got sand in my crack. I don't know how that's even possible

    • 5. a sudden sharp or explosive noise:

      a loud crack of thunder

    • 6. a sharp blow, especially one that makes a noise:

      she gave the thief a crack over the head with her rolling pin

    • 7. a sudden harshness or change in pitch in a person's voice:

      the boy's voice had an uncertain crack in it

    • 8. a joke, typically a critical or unkind one:

      he knew about the gossip and would make the odd crack

    • 9. enjoyable social activity; a good time:

      he loved the crack, the laughing

    • 10. a conversation:

      they are having a great crack about shooting

    • 11. an attempt to gain or achieve something:

      I thought I had a crack at winning

    • 12. a chance to attack or compete with someone:

      he wanted to have a crack at the enemy

    • 13. a hard, crystalline form of cocaine broken into small pieces and smoked:

      he uses crack and cocaine

      a crack dealer

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. break or cause to break without a complete separation of the parts:

      the ice all over the lake had cracked

      a stone cracked the headlight glass on his car

    • 2. break or cause to break open or apart:

      his face cracked into a smile

      she cracked an egg into the frying pan

    • 3. break (wheat or corn) into coarse pieces.
    • 4. open slightly:

      gingerly, he cracks open his door

    • 5. give way or cause to give way under torture, pressure, or strain:

      the witnesses cracked and the truth came out

      no one can crack them—they believe their story

    • 6. make or cause to make a sudden sharp or explosive sound:

      a shot cracked across the ridge

      he cracked his whip and galloped away

    • 7. knock against something, making a noise on impact:

      she winced as her knees cracked against metal

    • 8. hit (someone or something) hard, making a sharp noise:

      she cracked him across the forehead

    • 9. (of a person's voice, especially that of an adolescent boy or a person under strain) suddenly change in pitch:

      “I want to get away,” she said, her voice cracking

    • 10. find a solution to; decipher or interpret:

      a hacker cracked the codes used in internet software

    • 11. break into (a safe).
    • 12. tell (a joke):

      he cracked jokes which she didn't find very funny

    • 13. decompose (hydrocarbons) by heat and pressure with or without a catalyst to produce lighter hydrocarbons, especially in oil refining:

      catalytic cracking

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. very good, especially at a specified activity or in a specified role:

      he is a crack shot

      crack troops

    • adj. damaged and showing lines on the surface from having split without coming apart:

    • the old pipes were cracked and leaking

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    • adj. damaged and showing lines on the surface from having split without coming apart:

    • the old pipes were cracked and leaking

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    • n. a collapse under strain:

    • he appeared to be on the verge of a complete crack-up

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    • n. an emotional breakdown:

    • he appeared to be on the verge of a complete crack-up

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    • ph. suffer an emotional breakdown under pressure

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    • ph. suffer an emotional breakdown under pressure

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    • n. a large Eurasian willow with long glossy leaves, growing typically in damp or riverside habitats. The brittle branches break off easily, often taking root and producing new growth.

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    • n. a place where crack cocaine is bought and sold.

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    • IPA[krak]

    英式

    • n.
      a line on the surface of something along which it has split without breaking apart:
    • a hairline crack down the middle of the glass
    • v.
      break or cause to break without a complete separation of the parts:
    • the ice all over the bog had cracked

      take care not to crack the glass

    • adj.
      very good or skilful:
    • he is a crack shot

      crack troops

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