Crack (noun)

  1. A narrow opening or fissure in a solid material, caused by breaking or splitting.
  2. A brief, sharp noise.
  3. A sudden, loud explosion.
  4. A highly addictive form of cocaine.
  5. A trial or attempt to achieve something.


The word "crack" comes from the middle english word "cracke", meaning "a loud, sharp noise". the term was first used in the 14th century to describe a break or split in a solid material.


  1. There was a crack in the wall.
  2. The sound of the whip was followed by a crack.
  3. The crack of thunder was so loud it woke her up.
  4. Crack is a highly addictive and dangerous drug.
  5. She took a crack at the puzzle but couldn't solve it.
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