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Translation of "crack" - English-Turkish dictionary

crack

verb     /kræk/
BREAK [I, T]
B2 to break something so that it does not separate, but very thin lines appear on its surface, or to become broken in this way çatla(t)mak, yar(ıl)mak The concrete had started to crack. cracked dishesTearing and breaking into pieces
EGG/NUT [T]
to open an egg or nut by breaking its shell kabuğunu kırmak Tearing and breaking into pieces
HIT [T]
to hit a part of your body against something hard, by accident kazara vurmak, çarpmak He cracked his head on the cupboard door.Hitting against objects accidentally and colliding
SOLVE [T] informal
to solve a difficult problem zor bir problemi çözmek It took three months to crack the enemy's code.Solving and solutions
get cracking informal
to start doing something quickly bir şeyi yapmaya süratle başlamak Starting and beginningStarting again
LOSE CONTROL [I]
to lose control of your emotions and be unable to deal with a situation sinir krizi geçirmek, kendinden geçmek, kontrolü kaybetmek He finally cracked after years of stress.Mental and psychiatric disorders
NOISE [I, T]
to make a sudden, short noise, or to cause something to make this noise şırak' diye ses çıkar(t)mak, şaklamak, şaklatmak Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
crack a joke
to tell a joke fıkra anlatmak/patlatmak/söylemek Humour and humorous
(Definition of crack verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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