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Translation of "crack" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

crack

verb [T] (GET INTO) 進入     /kræk/
to break something open, especially in order to reach or use what is inside (尤指爲得到或使用某物內部的東西而)使破裂,打開,砸開 Crack three eggs into a bowl and mix them together. 往碗裡打三個蛋,並攪拌均勻。 He cracked (open) the nuts with his hands. 他用手將堅果捏開。 Unfastening and opening
( also crack into sth) to get into someone else's computer system without permission and get information or do something illegal 非法侵入(電腦系統) Operating computers
informal to copy computer programs or recorded material illegally 非法複製(電腦程式或資料) Operating computers
(Definition of crack verb (GET INTO) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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