Definition Of cracked

verb

break or cause to break without a complete separation of the parts.

the ice all over the lake had cracked

crazy; insane.

you must think my family is cracked

damaged and showing lines on the surface from having split without coming apart.

the old pipes were cracked and leaking

decompose (hydrocarbons) by heat and pressure with or without a catalyst to produce lighter hydrocarbons, especially in oil refining.

catalytic cracking

find a solution to; decipher or interpret.

a hacker cracked the codes used in Internet software


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Example Of cracked

  • A cracked , harsh voice suddenly speaks out of the darkness, conveying all the desolation of Mars.

  • A soft wind blew through my hair as I stepped on the cracked pavement.

  • Among the aspiring singers were those with cracked voices, nasal tones, and lisps.

  • ‘I don't have the strength to sit up, kid,’ he said in a dry, cracked voice.

  • ‘Lexi wants you and Mike to come out to the common room after dinner,’ his cracked voice replied.


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