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Spanish translation of “crack”

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crack

noun
a narrow opening
rendija
The door opened a crack.
a sudden sharp sound
chasquido
the crack of a whip.
a blow
golpe
a crack on the jaw.
a joke
chiste, chanza
He made a crack about my big feet.
a very addictive drug
crack,cocaína dura
He died after taking an overdose of crack.
(Definition of crack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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