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craic

(kræk)
n
an Irish spelling of crack31
Translations

craic

crack [ˈkræk] n (Irish)ambiance f
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"People are coming into the bar from all over the world just to have the craic and listen to the trad band we have here every night.
However, the website Ireland on Craic's (pronounced as 'crack') 'About Us' section clearly identifies it as a satire website, Boomlive reported.
Those who live for the craic were encouraged to submit a one minute video to O'Neill's.
"I like his brother - Luuk De Jong - more because he is the striker of my club (PSV) but Siem is a really nice guy and we always have good craic.
"The Irish band Quare Craic went down a storm and without doubt we will be inviting them back again to next year's festival."
"It will be nice to answer the phone and say Woodman Corner instead of The Craic House because that sounded like a drug den."
Co-owner Steven Flood, 34, said he had grown tired of jokes about the old name as the Irish word 'craic' was pronounced crack.
The win booked Hull a Wembley semi-final against Sheffield United and Meyler said: "It was just a bit of banter and craic. The lads were cheering me on back home to do it for a bit of craic.
Savage Craic is one of Dubai's longest running Irish bands dating back more than 15 years.
CARDINAL Wiseman School pupils in Coventry joined in the craic at one of Europe's largest St Patrick's parades.
4 Celebrate St Patrick's Day with our traditional recipes 5 Emma Jenkins has some vitamin packed juices to try 6 Troy Turkish restaurant is put to the test and Vish has an unusual curry recipe 7 It's time to spring clean your garden 8&9 Enjoy the craic on a trip to Dublin 10 Pick a fantastic holiday from our readers' selection 11 10 great reasons to visit the Lake District 12&13 TV highlights 14 Your seven day TV listings Edited by Margaret O'Reilly email: margaret.o'reilly@mediawales.co.uk tel: 029 2024 3768 Designed by Martin Edge Cover picture by Liz Pearce
TICKETS are still available for the Craic Attack comedy event taking place later this month.