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Translation of "crack" - English-Turkish dictionary

crack

noun
 
 
/kræk/
LINE [C] a line on the surface of something that is damaged
çatlak
Several cups had cracks in them.Tearing and breaking into pieces
NARROW SPACE [C] a narrow space between two parts of something or between two things
yarık, aralık, açıklık
I could see sunlight through a crack in the curtains.Holes, hollows and dipsCaves, cracks and crevices
DRUG [U] an illegal drug that is very harmful
esrar, uyuşturucu
Specific types of drugDrugs - general wordsSpecific medicines and drugs
NOISE [C] a sudden, short noise
darbe, vuruş
a crack of thunder Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
JOKE [C] an unkind joke or remark
nazik olmayan, nükte, fıkra, ifade, söz
He was always making cracks about my weight.Humour and humorous
have/take a crack at sth informal to try to do something
girişimde bulunmak, yeltenmek, denemek
I've never put up shelves before, but I'll have a crack at it.Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
(Definition of crack noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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