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Meaning of “crackle” - Learner’s Dictionary

crackle

verb [I]     /ˈkrækl/
to make a lot of short, dry noises: A fire crackled in the hearth.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
crackle noun [no plural]
Translations of “crackle”
in Vietnamese nổ lách tách…
in Spanish crujir, crepitar…
in Thai ทำเสียงดังคล้ายของแตก…
in Malaysian bergemeresik…
in French crépiter…
in German knistern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發出尖銳急促聲, 劈啪作響…
in Indonesian berderak…
in Russian потрескивать…
in Turkish çatırdamak, hışırdamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发出尖锐急促声, 噼啪作响…
in Polish trzaskać…
(Definition of crackle from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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