To break or burst, with or without entire separation of the parts; as, to crack glass; to crack nuts.
- To break or snap apart.
- To make a sharp snapping sound.
- To break without complete separation of parts; fissure: The mirror cracked.
- To change sharply in pitch or timbre, as from hoarseness or emotion. Used of the voice.
- To break down; fail: The defendant's composure finally began to crack.
- To have a mental or physical breakdown: cracked under the pressure.
- To move or go rapidly: was cracking along at 70 miles an hour.
- Chemistry To break into simpler molecules by means of heat.
- To cause to make a sharp snapping sound.
- To cause to break without complete separation of parts: cracked the glass.
- To break with a sharp snapping sound. See Synonyms at break.
- To crush (corn or wheat, for example) into small pieces.
- To open to a slight extent: cracked the window to let in some air.
- To strike with a sudden sharp sound.
- Informal To break open or into: crack a safe.
- Informal To open up for use or consumption: crack a book; cracked a beer.
- Informal To break through (an obstacle) in order to win acceptance or acknowledgement: finally cracked the "men-only” rule at the club.
- To discover the solution to, especially after considerable effort: crack a code.
- To cause (the voice) to crack.
- Informal To tell (a joke), especially on impulse or in an effective manner.
- To cause to have a mental or physical breakdown.
- To impair or destroy: Their rude remarks cracked his equanimity.
- To reduce (petroleum) to simpler compounds by cracking.
- A sharp snapping sound, such as the report of a firearm.
- A partial split or break; a fissure.
- A slight narrow space: The window was open a crack.
- A sharp resounding blow.
- A mental or physical impairment; a defect.
- A breaking, harshly dissonant vocal tone or sound, as in hoarseness.
- An attempt or try: gave him a crack at the job; took a crack at photography.
- A witty or sarcastic remark. See Synonyms at joke.
- A moment; an instant: at the crack of dawn.
- Irish Fun; amusement.
- Slang Crack cocaine.
- Excelling in skill or achievement; first-rate: a crack shot; a crack tennis player.
- crack down To act more forcefully to regulate, repress, or restrain: The police cracked down on speeding.
- crack up Informal To praise highly: He was simply not the genius he was cracked up to be.
- crack up To damage or wreck (a vehicle or vessel): crack up a plane; crack up a boat.
- crack up To wreck a vehicle in an accident: cracked up on the expressway.
- crack up Informal To have a mental or physical breakdown: crack up from overwork.
- crack up Informal To experience or cause to experience a great deal of amusement: really cracked up when I heard that joke.
- crack the whip To behave in a domineering manner; demand hard work and efficiency from those under one's control.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
സ്ഫോടകശബ്ദം - Sphodakashabdham ;വിള്ളല് - Villal ;വെടിപൊട്ടുക - Vedipottuka ;സ്ഫോടനം - Sphodanam ;പൊട്ടല് - Pottal ;ഭയങ്കരശബ്ദം - Bhayankarashabdham ;