[krap-ee] /ˈkræp i/
adjective, crappier, crappiest. Slang: Sometimes Vulgar.
extremely bad, unpleasant, or inferior; lousy:
nasty, humiliating, insulting, or unfair:
What a crappy thing to say about anyone!
cheaply made or done; shoddy:
a crappy job.
1846, from crap (n.) + -y (2). Related: Crappily; crappiness.
[kraps] /kræps/ noun, (usually used with a singular verb) 1. a game in which two dice are thrown and in which a first throw of 7 or 11 wins, a first throw of 2, 3, or 12 loses, and a first throw of 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, or 10 can be won only by […]
[krap-shoot] /ˈkræpˌʃut/ noun 1. Informal. anything unpredictable, risky, or problematical; gamble. verb (used without object), crapshot, crapshooting. 2. to play . 3. Informal. to take risks; gamble. noun A risky gamble; something very chancy: But who knows? It’s such a crap shoot that nobody can really call it/ Such reforms would subject students to a […]
[krap-shoo-ter] /ˈkræpˌʃu tər/ noun 1. a person who plays . 2. Informal. a person inclined to take gambles or risks. /ˈkræpˌʃuːtə/ noun 1. (US) a person who plays the game of craps
/krap’tekh/ (University of York, England) Term of abuse used to describe TeX and LaTeX when they don’t work (when used by TeXhackers), or all the time (by everyone else). The non-TeX enthusiasts generally dislike it because it is more verbose than other formatters (e.g. troff) and because (particularly if the standard Computer Modern fonts are […]