Crack-up ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Crack-up ( noun )

A sudden emotional collapse or breakdown, either physically or mentally.

Origin:

From verb "to crack up" meaning to fail, to collapse or to become emotionally unstable.

Examples:

  1. He had a crack-up after losing his job and his house.
  2. The stress of the project was taking its toll and she was on the brink of a crack-up.
  3. The accident left him with a permanent crack-up and he never fully recovered.
  4. She had a crack-up and had to take a leave of absence from work.
  5. The news of his brother's death caused him to have a crack-up.

(As a verb)

Crack-up ( verb )

A sudden emotional collapse or breakdown, either physically or mentally.

Origin:

From verb "to crack up" meaning to fail, to collapse or to become emotionally unstable.

Examples:

  1. He had a crack-up after losing his job and his house.
  2. The stress of the project was taking its toll and she was on the brink of a crack-up.
  3. The accident left him with a permanent crack-up and he never fully recovered.
  4. She had a crack-up and had to take a leave of absence from work.
  5. The news of his brother's death caused him to have a crack-up.
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