[krahy-kee] /ˈkraɪ ki/
(used as an exclamation of surprise, amazement, dismay, etc.)
(slang) an expression of surprise
an exclamation of surprise, a mild oath; cf. criminy , crimine
euphemism for ‘Christ’
exclamation, 1838, probably one of the many substitutions for Christ.
Christ: Crikey but it was a rum go (1838+ British)
[krahyl] /kraɪl/ noun 1. George Washington, 1864–1943, U.S. surgeon.
noun : The traffic gets worse in the spring and peaks by summer. The youths come to sell ”crills,” or hits of crack wrapped in plastic, for $15 to $20 (1990s+)
1. . /krɪm/ noun, adjective 1. (slang) short for criminal abbreviation 1. criminal criminal
[krahy-mee-uh, kri-] /kraɪˈmi ə, krɪ-/ noun 1. the, a peninsula in SE Ukraine, between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. 2. a former autonomous republic of the Soviet Union, now a region of Ukraine. About 10,000 sq. mi. (25,900 sq. km). /kraɪˈmɪə/ noun 1. a peninsula and autonomous region in Ukraine between the […]