cripes

cripes

 (krīps)
interj.
Used to express annoyance, anger, or dismay.

[Alteration of Christ.]

cripes

(kraɪps)
interj
old-fashioned slang an expression of surprise
[C20: euphemistic for Christ!]

cripes

(kraɪps)

interj.
(used as a mild oath or an exclamation of astonishment.)
[1905–10; appar. euphemistic alter. of Christ]
Translations

cripes

[kraɪps] EXCL¡caramba!

cripes

interj (dated Brit, inf) → Mann (inf)
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