Crac



[luh krahk] /lə ˈkrɑk/

noun
1.
former name of .
abbreviation
1.
Careers Research and Advisory Centre

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    [krak] /kræk/ verb (used without object) 1. to break without complete separation of parts; become fissured: The plate cracked when I dropped it, but it was still usable. 2. to break with a sudden, sharp sound: The branch cracked under the weight of the snow. 3. to make a sudden, sharp sound in or as […]

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  • Crackable

    [krak] /kræk/ verb (used without object) 1. to break without complete separation of parts; become fissured: The plate cracked when I dropped it, but it was still usable. 2. to break with a sudden, sharp sound: The branch cracked under the weight of the snow. 3. to make a sudden, sharp sound in or as […]

  • Crack a bottle

    Open a bottle so as to drink its contents, as in Let’s celebrate by cracking a bottle of champagne! This seemingly modern colloquialism was first recorded in H. Kelly’s School for Wives (1773): “When shall we crack a bottle together?”



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