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.

Origin:

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.

Examples:

  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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