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cracked

 (krăkt)
adj.
1.
a. Broken so that fissures appear on the surface: a cracked mirror.
b. Broken into small or coarse pieces: cracked corn; cracked ice.
2. Having a harsh or dissonant tone: a cracked voice.
3. Informal Mentally deranged; crazy.

cracked

(krækt)
adj
1. damaged by cracking
2. informal crazy

cracked

(krækt)

adj.
1. broken.
2. broken without separation of parts; fissured.
3. damaged.
4. Informal. eccentric; mad.
5. broken in tone, as the voice.
Idioms:
cracked up to be, Informal. reputed to be: The play is not what it's cracked up to be.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cracked - used of skin roughened as a result of cold or exposure; "chapped lips"
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"
2.cracked - of paint or varnishcracked - of paint or varnish; having the appearance of alligator hide
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"
3.cracked - informal or slang terms for mentally irregularcracked - informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
insane - afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"

cracked

adjective
2. (Informal) crazy, nuts (slang), eccentric, nutty (slang), touched, bats (slang), out there (slang) (informal), daft (informal), batty (slang), insane, loony (slang), off-the-wall (slang), oddball (informal), loopy (informal), crackpot (informal), out to lunch (informal), round the bend (slang), out of your mind, gonzo (slang), doolally (slang), off your trolley (slang), round the twist (Brit. slang), up the pole (informal), off your rocker (slang), crackbrained, off your head or nut (slang), wacko or whacko (informal) Everyone in our family's a bit cracked.
cracked up overrated, exaggerated, blown up, hyped (up), puffed up, overpraised Package holidays are not always all they're cracked up to be.

cracked

adjective
Informal. Afflicted with or exhibiting irrationality and mental unsoundness:
Informal: bonkers, daffy, gaga, loony.
Chiefly British: crackers.
Idioms: around the bend, crazy as a loon, mad as a hatter, not all there, nutty as a fruitcake, off one's head, off one's rocker, of unsound mind, out of one's mind, sick in the head, stark raving mad.
Translations
مَجْنونمَصْدُوعمَصْدوع، مَكْسور، مشْقوق
blázenpopraskanýpotrhlýprasklý
revnetskørtosset
murtunut
napukao
repedt
klikkaîursprunginn
ひびの入った
금이 간
prasknutý
knäckt
ร้าว
rạn nứt

cracked

[krækt] ADJ
1. [cup, plate] → rajado; [wall] → agrietado; [lips] → cortado, agrietado; [skin] → agrietado
the bone's not really broken, only crackedel hueso no está rota en realidad, sólo tiene una fisura pequeña
2. [voice] → cascado
3. (= mad) → chiflado, tarado

cracked

[ˈkrækt] adj (= crazy) [person] → toqué(e) , timbré(e) cracked wheat nblé m concassé

cracked

adj
glass, plate, icegesprungen; rib, boneangebrochen, angeknackst (inf); (= broken)gebrochen; surface, walls, make-uprissig; lips, skinaufgesprungen
(Brit inf: = mad) → übergeschnappt (inf)

cracked

[krækt] adj (fam) (mad) → tocco/a, matto/a

crack

(krӕk) verb
1. to (cause to) break partly without falling to pieces. The window cracked down the middle.
2. to break (open). He cracked the peanuts between his finger and thumb.
3. to make a sudden sharp sound of breaking. The twig cracked as I stepped on it.
4. to make (a joke). He's always cracking jokes.
5. to open (a safe) by illegal means.
6. to solve (a code).
7. to give in to torture or similar pressures. The spy finally cracked under their questioning and told them everything he knew.
noun
1. a split or break. There's a crack in this cup.
2. a narrow opening. The door opened a crack.
3. a sudden sharp sound. the crack of whip.
4. a blow. a crack on the jaw.
5. a joke. He made a crack about my big feet.
6. a very addictive drug. He died of too much crack with alcohol
adjective
expert. a crack racing-driver.
cracked adjective
1. damaged by cracks. a cracked cup.
2. crazy. She must be cracked!
crackdown noun
ˈcracker noun
1. a thin crisp biscuit.
2. a small exploding firework. fire crackers.
3. a decorated paper tube, containing paper hats etc, which gives a loud crack when pulled apart.
ˈcrackers adjective
crazy. You must be crackers to believe that!
crack a book, crack a book
(slang) to open a book in order to read or study. He always gets high marks in his exams although he hardly cracks a textbook.
crack down (on)
to act firmly against. The police have cracked down on drug dealers; to crack down on illegal immigration.
get cracking
to get moving quickly.
have a crack (at)
to have a try at.

cracked

مَصْدُوع popraskaný revnet gesprungen ραγισμένος rajado murtunut fêlé napukao spaccato ひびの入った 금이 간 gebarsten sprukket popękany rachado треснутый knäckt ร้าว çatlak rạn nứt 破裂的

cracked

adj agrietado, partido
References in classic literature ?
Could swim like a duck, paddled round the castle till he came to a little door guarded by two stout fellows, knocked their heads together till they cracked like a couple of nuts, then, by a trifling exertion of his prodigious strength, he smashed in the door, went up a pair of stone steps covered with dust a foot thick, toads as big as your fist, and spiders that would frighten you into hysterics, MIss March.
If you took her in and gave her a warm place by the fire, she sang old songs to the children in a cracked voice, like this.
A burst of savage laughter succeeded this attack, during which the soft and musical merriment of the younger females strangely chimed with the cracked voice of their older and more malignant companion.
It was as if some transcendent musician should draw a soul-thrilling sweetness out of a cracked instrument, which makes its physical imperfection heard in the midst of ethereal harmony,--so deep was the sensibility that found an organ in Hepzibah's voice!
On one side stood a long, low, shelf-like table covered with cracked glass cases, filled with dusty rarities gathered from this wide world's remotest nooks.
His story was this: He had been originally nurtured among the crazy society of Neskyeuna Shakers, where he had been a great prophet; in their cracked, secret meetings having several times descended from heaven by the way of a trap-door, announcing the speedy opening of the seventh vial, which he carried in his vest-pocket; but, which, instead of containing gunpowder, was supposed to be charged with laudanum.
growled the carter, as he cracked his whip and was moving on.
There is but scant account kept of cracked heads in back of the yards, for men who have to crack the heads of animals all day seem to get into the habit, and to practice on their friends, and even on their families, between times.
She oughter cracked me over de head for bein' so sarcy; but dar's whar 't is--I can't do nothin' with ladies in de kitchen
ABOUT half-past ten the cracked bell of the small church began to ring, and pres- ently the people began to gather for the morning sermon.
Aunt Jane helped clear the table and put away the food, while Miranda entertained in the parlor; but Rebecca and the infant Burches washed the dishes and held high carnival in the kitchen, doing only trifling damage--breaking a cup and plate that had been cracked before, emptying a silver spoon with some dishwater out of the back door (an act never permitted at the brick house), and putting coffee grounds in the sink.
My feet have been so cracked with the frost, that the pen with which I am writing might be laid in the gashes.