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Synonyms for crack

break

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break down

crack down on something or someone

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have a breakdown

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burst out laughing

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  • burst out laughing
  • laugh
  • fall about (laughing)
  • guffaw
  • roar with laughter
  • be in stitches
  • split your sides

Synonyms for crack

to undergo partial breaking

to make a sudden sharp, explosive noise

to find the key to (a code, for example)

to give way mentally and emotionally

to suddenly lose all health or strength

crack up: to undergo wrecking

crack up: to give way mentally and emotionally

crack up: to suddenly lose all health or strength

a sudden sharp, explosive noise

a usually narrow partial opening caused by splitting and rupture

a trying to do or make something

a brief trial

a flippant or sarcastic remark

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

Synonyms for crack

a narrow opening

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a long narrow depression in a surface

a sudden sharp noise

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a chance to do something

witty remark

a blemish resulting from a break without complete separation of the parts

a purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted

a usually brief attempt

the act of cracking something

become fractured

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make a very sharp explosive sound

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make a sharp sound

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hit forcefully

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pass through (a barrier)

break partially but keep its integrity

break suddenly and abruptly, as under tension

gain unauthorized access computers with malicious intentions

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suffer a nervous breakdown

tell spontaneously

cause to become cracked

reduce (petroleum) to a simpler compound by cracking

break into simpler molecules by means of heat

References in classic literature ?
Suddenly there was a rending, tearing sound, and the earth split into another great crack just beneath the spot where the horse was standing.
Motionless, one eye only turned upon the crack, he focused that one eye upon the head and eyes of the gaunt gutter-cat whose head had erupted into the crack like an apparition.
Why, that crack in the rock, just facing you," replied Billina, whose little round eyes were very sharp and seemed to see everything.
Oh, yes," said Dorothy, now observing for the first time the crack in the rock.
Alexey Alexandrovitch, ready for his speech, stood compressing his crossed fingers, waiting to see if the crack would not come again.
Two radiologists interpreted the ultrasound images, looking for sonographic evidence that would correlate with the audible cracks, which occurred in 62 of the 400 joints imaged.
This ultrasonic ILI tool detects and sizes axial cracks and crack-like features such as fatigue cracks, stress corrosion cracking (SCC) or weld cracks.
There are a lot of cracks in solids; a crack will propagate under biaxial loading conditions, forming wing cracks [1].
The researchers reviewed the latest understanding in fatigue crack initiation, crack propagation and life prediction with special emphasis on the influences of short cracks and the uncertainty of multiscale flaws and microstructure constituents.
Look for cracks on the cover near its pivot point with the receiver.
Australia's Qantas Airways has taken one its prestigious Airbus A380 planes off the tarmac for up to a week after engineers found dozens of cracks in wings after a flight was hit by turbulence.
PARIS: Airbus insisted its A380 superjumbo is safe to fly after another set of cracks was discovered in the wings of the world's largest jetliner, though an engineering union said it was downplaying the issue and some Asian airlines said they would develop inspection programmes.
It is important to accurately assess structural cracks to determine what is significant and what is not," said John Duntemann, a principal at consulting engineering firm Wiss, Janncy, Flstner Associates (WJE).
Cracks usually appear in structures because of imperfections in design, manufacturing, service or maintenance.