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use a sledgehammer to crack a nut Add to my wordlistjump to other resultsto use more force than is necessary Phrasal Verbscrack downcrack on (with something)crack upcrack somebody upCheck pronunciation: crack See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: crack Other results All matches crack noun crack adjective crack on phrasal verb crack up phrasal verb crack down phrasal verb crack house noun at the crack of dawn a fair crack of the whip Phrasal verbs crack on phrasal verb crack up phrasal verb crack down phrasal verb Idioms at the crack of dawn a fair crack of the whip Nearby words crab stick noun crabwise adverb crack verb crack noun crack adjective Explore our topics Animals Body and appearance Business Clothes and fashion Crime and law Culture Education Family and life stages Food and drink Health Houses and buildings Language Leisure Nature Personality and emotions Religion and politics Retail Science Social issues Technology The media Travel and tourism War and conflict Work . Theres a crack in the fence big enough to look through. English American English Definition of crack verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary crackverbverbBrE BrE//krk//; NAmE NAmE//krk//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they crack BrE BrE//krk//; NAmE NAmE//krk// he / she / it cracks BrE BrE//krks//; NAmE NAmE//krks// past simple cracked BrE BrE//krkt//; NAmE NAmE//krkt// past participle cracked BrE BrE//krkt//; NAmE NAmE//krkt// -ing form cracking BrE BrE//krk//; NAmE NAmE//krk// Materials and properties, Solving crime Add to my wordlistjump to other results break1 [intransitive, transitive] to break without dividing into separate parts; to break something in this way The ice cracked as I stepped onto it. sound3[countable] a sudden loud noise a crack of thunder the sharp crack of a rifle shot hit4[countable] crack (on something) a sharp blow that can be heard She fell over and got a nasty crack on the head. The door opened a crack (= a small amount). 1 Turn on Javascript 2 Clear your cache and cookies 3 Make sure youre up-to-date 4 Try a different browser Still having trouble? Get help. He thought hed never get through the ordeal without cracking up.

 

A team of experts finally cracked the code. He gets really mad if anyone makes a crack about his weight. of voice5[intransitive] if your voice cracks, it changes in depth, volume, etc. crack something to crack a nut crack something + adv./prep. He cracked me on the head with a ruler.

 

Cracks began to appear in the walls. A loud crack echoed off the empty walls. The stresses of her job became too great and she finally cracked. He had a good crack at opening the door, but it wouldnt budge. Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter OUP English Language Teaching Oxford Learner's Bookshelf Search Box Browse Dictionaries Contact Us Legal Notice Privacy Policy Cookie Policy Terms & Conditions System Requirements Accessibility 2016 Oxford University Press English (UK) English (US) .

 

Uh oh! Something went wrong. crack something He has cracked a bone in his arm. a fair crack of the whip Add to my wordlistjump to other results(British English, informal) a reasonable opportunity to show that you can do something I felt we weren't given a fair crack of the whip.Check pronunciation: crack See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: crack Other results All matches crack verb crack adjective crack on phrasal verb crack up phrasal verb crack down phrasal verb crack house noun crack the whip a hard/tough nut (to crack) use a sledgehammer to crack a nut See more Phrasal verbs crack on phrasal verb crack up phrasal verb crack down phrasal verb Idioms crack the whip a hard/tough nut (to crack) use a sledgehammer to crack a nut Nearby words crabwise adverb crack verb crack noun crack adjective crackbrained adjective Explore our topics Animals Body and appearance Business Clothes and fashion Crime and law Culture Education Family and life stages Food and drink Health Houses and buildings Language Leisure Nature Personality and emotions Religion and politics Retail Science Social issues Technology The media Travel and tourism War and conflict Work . Try these little browser tricks to get going again. under pressure6[intransitive] to no longer be able to function normally because of pressure Things are terrible at work and people are cracking under the strain. narrow opening2[countable] a narrow space or opening She peeped through the crack in the curtains. hit3[transitive] crack something/somebody (on/against something) to hit something/somebody with a short hard blow I cracked my head on the low ceiling. See related entries: Solving crime open bottle9[transitive] crack (open) a bottle (informal) to open a bottle, especially of wine, and drink it a joke10[transitive] crack a joke (informal) to tell a joke Word Origin Old English cracian make an explosive noise; of Germanic origin; related to Dutch kraken and German krachen. somebodys cracked up to be Add to my wordlistjump to other results(informal) not as good as people say He's not nearly such a good writer as he's cracked up to be. a8336db058

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