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craic

(kræk)
n
an Irish spelling of crack31
Translations

craic

crack [ˈkræk] n (Irish)ambiance f
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Indeed, if you''re looking for some Celtic craic you are spoilt for choice in Dublin''s twin fair city.
Britons Alex Boardman and Nick Doody will perform at what will be the second Craic Attack show this season.
Marty is great craic and will be welcomed with open arms here RTE SOURCE DUBLIN YESTERDAY
The show is good craic and Maia doesn't take herself too seriously
They planned a night out at some of their favourite bars including Ye Craic, Alma de Cuba and Heebie Jeebies where the boys were spotted ordering bottles of wine and champagne.
During what is now one of the most important annual social events for the Irish community in the Gulf, traditional Irish singers and musicians Innis Oirr, Celtic Rumour and Declan O'Sullivan and Kevin Morris of Pure Irish Craic will deliver a tribute to Irish history and culture.
There's no actual literal translation for it, just as there's no literal translation for the craic, because it embraces so many things, but the main thing would be unbounded enthusiasm, bordering on religious fervour.
I love the Irish community here - warm, friendly and a great craic, above all on St Patrick's Day.
The Craic was as good as ever and the Irish fans are as envious of our stadium as we are of Brian O'Driscoll.
It was hissing at me and clawing at me and when the police and the dog handler arrived they had some craic catching it.
With the line-up for Forbidden Fruit, Longitude and Oxegen recently announced and the launch of Electric Picnic on Wednesday we're planning our summer of craic agus ceol.
TWICE THE CRAIC looks to have a great chance in Limerick's handicap chase (3.