Synonyms and definition of the word or term
- S: (n) shot a chance to do something. (he wanted a shot at the champion)
- S: (n) chap , cranny , crevice , fissure a long narrow depression in a surface.
- S: (n) cleft , crevice , fissure , scissure a long narrow opening.
- S: (n) gap a narrow opening. (he opened the window a crack)
- S: (n) crack cocaine , tornado a purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted; highly addictive.
- S: (n) cracking , snap a sudden sharp noise. (the crack of a whip | he heard the cracking of the ice | he can hear the snap of a twig)
- S: (n) fling , go , offer , pass , whirl a usually brief attempt. (he took a crack at it | I gave it a whirl)
- S: (n) cracking , fracture the act of cracking something.
- S: (n) quip , sally , wisecrack witty remark.
- S: (s) a-one , ace , first-rate , super , tiptop , top-notch , topnotch , tops of the highest quality. (an ace reporter | a crack shot | a first-rate golfer | a super party | played top-notch tennis | an athlete in tiptop condition | she is absolutely tops)
- S: (v) break , check become fractured; break or crack on the surface only. (The glass cracked when it was heated)
- S: (v) snap break suddenly and abruptly, as under tension. (The pipe snapped)
- S: (v) snap make a sharp sound. (his fingers snapped)
- S: (v) break through pass through (a barrier). (Registrations cracked through the 30,000 mark in the county)
- S: (v) break up , collapse , crack up , crock up suffer a nervous breakdown.
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