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  • People who built new houses found cracks after mere months and had to leave.
  • Only one part of a stage can be cracked at a time, however.
  • Similar cracking problems subsequently occurred on the next three vessels coming off the water.
  • Cracked eyes may be half of one color and half of another.
  • Every window on that west wall was cracked or broken except one.
  • Finally, one of them cracks, before they can go through with the ceremony.
  • I was actually ill and in bed four days at a crack.
  • Floors could also crack after one of the characters hit it hard enough.
  • In early July, a small crack in engine number six was found.
  • The resulting action would cause a crack to form at the surface.
  • This new surface soon cracked though, and became dangerous in certain places.
  • His most recent song failed to crack the top twenty.
  • Over time, as the cracks may grow they sometimes form a sea cave.
  • As a result, there was a new crack in the party's board.
  • Tom nearly cracks as they approach the location, but they find a body with its face shot in.
  • We knew that a lot of great bands fall through the cracks.
  • Cases that have small cracks at the neck may not be a complete loss.
  • When a crack appeared in the back wall a few years later, the school was reduced to a single story.
  • A piece of hot short iron will crack if worked with a hammer.
  • The cracks then gradually get larger and turn into a small cave.
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Meaning of crack

  • noun A long narrow opening
  • noun A sudden sharp noise
    the crack of a whip, he heard the cracking of the ice, he can hear the snap of a twig
  • noun A blemish resulting from a break without complete separation of the parts
    there was a crack in the mirror
  • noun A purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted; highly addictive
  • noun A usually brief attempt
    he took a crack at it, I gave it a whirl
  • verb Become fractured; break or crack on the surface only
    The glass cracked when it was heated
  • verb Make a very sharp explosive sound
    His gun cracked
  • verb Hit forcefully; deal a hard blow, making a cracking noise
    The teacher cracked him across the face with a ruler
  • verb Break partially but keep its integrity
    The glass cracked
  • verb Gain unauthorized access computers with malicious intentions
    she cracked my password, crack a safe
  • verb Tell spontaneously
    crack a joke
  • verb Cause to become cracked
    heat and light cracked the back of the leather chair
  • verb Reduce (petroleum) to a simpler compound by cracking
  • verb Break into simpler molecules by means of heat
    The petroleum cracked