crack

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Sense: Noun: fracture
Synonyms:
fracture, split , break
Sense: Noun: fissure
Synonyms:
fissure, chink, crevice, rift , split , slit , gap , breach , cleft
Sense: Noun: cracking sound
Synonyms:
snap , clap , bang , pop , smack , whack , thwack, burst , blast , slam , thunderclap
Sense: Noun: hit
Synonyms:
hit , bang , blow , whack , thwack, smack , bonk (informal), bop (informal), wallop (informal), sock (informal), clout (informal), thud , wham, bash , smash , knock , rap , chop , slug , punch , pound , cuff , slap , lash , swat
Sense: Noun: attempt - informal
Synonyms:
attempt , try , go , whirl (informal), stab (informal), whack (informal), shot (informal), pass , bid , endeavor , endeavour (UK), assay
Sense: Noun: eccentric
Synonyms:
eccentric , character , kook, oddball, nutcase, nut , fruitcake, head case, screwball, crackpot
Sense: Noun: joke - informal
Synonyms:
joke , jape, jest, josh, quip, dig , witty remark, witticism, wisecrack, insult
Sense: Verb: split
Synonyms:
break , break in two, burst , split , split in two, fracture, shatter , fragment, snap
Sense: Verb: make a loud noise
Synonyms:
bang , crash , clap , snap , pop , boom , crackle
Sense: Verb: hit
Synonyms:
hit , smash , smack , bang , slam , bash , strike , thwack (informal), whack (informal), clock (informal), sock (informal), clout (informal), wallop (informal), bonk (informal), thump , pound , punch , rap , slug
Sense: Verb: lose mental control
Synonyms:
break down, have a breakdown, go to pieces, go crazy, lose it (slang), flip (slang), freak out (slang), wig out (slang), lose your cool (slang), have a mental breakdown, have a nervous breakdown, go insane, lose your marbles (slang), melt down (slang), have a meltdown (slang)
Sense: Verb: solve
Synonyms:
solve , figure out, work out, decipher, decode, decrypt, find the solution to, get to the bottom of, break , answer , clear up, suss (slang), puzzle out, riddle out
Sense: Adjective: expert - informal
Synonyms:
first-rate, first-class, expert , excellent , great , top , top-class (informal), skillful , skilful (UK), skilled , master , ace , talented , elite, superior , adept

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