suomi-englanti sanakirja

crack englannista suomeksi

  1. napsahdus, rasahdus, risahdus, rusahdus

  2. rikkominen

  3. tunkeutua

  4. särö

  5. yritys

  6. lohkeilla, säröillä

  7. krakata

  8. lohkaisu, letkautus

  9. pamahtaa

  10. railo, halkeama

  11. rako

  12. hakkeroida, murtautua

  13. romahtaa

  14. krakkautua

  15. laukoa

  16. haljeta, rakoilla

  17. läimäyttää

  18. rikkoa

  19. mestari-

  20. napsahtaa

  21. crack

  1. halkeilla, murtua, haljeta

  2. murtua, hajota, mennä rikki, rikkoutua, särkyä

  3. murtua

  4. rasahtaa, rusahtaa, räsähtää

  5. murjaista

  6. särkeä

  7. rikkoa, särkeä

  8. pamauttaa

  9. raottaa

  10. murtaa

  11. ratkaista

  12. pamauttaa, paukauttaa

  13. hajottaa, krakata transitive; hajota, krakkautua intransitive

  14. sihauttaa, posauttaa of carbonized beverages; avata generally

  15. rehennellä

  16. kaatua, mennä nurin">mennä nurin

  17. halkeama

  18. rako, halkeama

  19. herja, läppä, murjaisu, lohkaisu

  20. crack

  21. rasahdus, rusahdus, räsähdys

  22. pamaus, pamahdus

  23. rako

  24. rako, persvako

  25. jutustelu, turina

  26. kuulumiset (monikko)

  27. kräkki

  28. keskustelu

  29. hulluttelu

  30. äänenmurros

  31. kaheli, kahjo

  32. rehentely

  33. viikari

  34. hetki, vilaus

  35. Substantiivi

crack englanniksi

  1. tornado

  1. (senseid) To form cracks.

  2. ''It's been so dry, the ground is starting to crack.''

  3. To break apart under pressure.

  4. ''When I tried to stand on the chair, it cracked.''

  5. To become debilitated by psychological pressure.

  6. ''Anyone would crack after being hounded like that.''

  7. To break down or yield, especially under interrogation or torture.

  8. ''When we showed him the pictures of the murder scene, he cracked.''

  9. To make a cracking sound.

  10. ''The bat cracked with authority and the ball went for six.''

  11. To change rapidly in register.

  12. ''His voice cracked with emotion.''

  13. To alternate between high and low register in the process of eventually lowering.

  14. ''His voice finally cracked when he was fourteen.''

  15. To make a sharply humorous comment.

  16. ''"I would too, with a face like that," she cracked.''

  17. To make a crack or cracks in.

  18. ''The ball cracked the window.''

  19. To break open or crush to small pieces by impact or stress.

  20. ''You'll need a hammer to crack a black walnut.''

  21. To strike forcefully.

  22. ''She cracked him over the head with her handbag.''

  23. To open slightly.

  24. ''Could you please crack the window?''

  25. To cause to yield under interrogation or other pressure. (''Figurative'')

  26. ''They managed to crack him on the third day.''

  27. To solve a difficult problem. (qualifier)

  28. ''I've finally cracked it, and of course the answer is obvious in hindsight.''

  29. To overcome a security system or a component.

  30. ''It took a minute to crack the lock, three minutes to crack the security system, and about twenty minutes to crack the safe.''

    ''They finally cracked the code.''

  31. To cause to make a sharp sound.

  32. ''to crack a whip''

  33. (quote-book)

  34. To tell (a joke).

  35. ''The performance was fine until he cracked that dead baby joke.''

  36. To down (a complex molecule), especially with the application of heat: to pyrolyse.

  37. ''Acetone is cracked to ketene and methane at 700°C.''

  38. To circumvent software restrictions such as regional coding or time limits.

  39. ''That software licence will expire tomorrow unless we can crack it.''

  40. To open a canned beverage, or any packaged drink or food.

  41. ''I'd love to crack open a beer.''

    ''Let's crack a tube and watch the game.''

  42. 1894, ''The Strand'' (volume 8, page 569)

  43. Old Bouvet was waiting in the passage when I entered, and he asked me whether we might not crack a bottle of wine together.
  44. To brag, boast.

  45. {{RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene |year=1596.2 |book=V |canto=III |stanza=16 |page=216

  46. (RQ:Shakespeare Love's Labour's Lost)

  47. {{RQ:Burton Melancholy|part=I|section=2|member=3|subsection=14|page=126|chapter=Cauſes of Melancholy. Vaine-glory, Pride, Ioy, Praiſe, &c.

  48. {{RQ:Burton Melancholy|part=II|section=4|member=1|subsection=v|chapter=Cure of Melancholy. Simple alternatives. Compound Alternatiues, Cenſure of Compounds and mixt Phyſick.

  49. To be ruined or impaired; to fail.

  50. (RQ:Dryden Virgil)

  51. The credit(..)of exchequers cracks, when little comes in and much goes out.
  52. (senseid)A thin and usually jagged space opened in a previously solid material.

  53. (ux)

  54. A narrow opening.

  55. (quote-journal)

  56. A sharply humorous comment; a wisecrack.

  57. cocaine|Crack cocaine, a potent, relatively cheap, addictive variety of cocaine; often a rock, usually smoked through a crack-pipe.

  58. (quote-song)

  59. Something good-tasting or habit-forming.

  60. (uxi)

  61. (quote-journal)Now the mean streets of New York are rife with “salted crack caramel” ice cream, “pistachio crack” brittle, “crack steak” sandwiches, and “tuna on crack.”|brackets=on

  62. The sharp sound made when solid material breaks.

  63. Any sharp sound.

  64. A sharp, resounding blow.

  65. 1853, Dickens|Charles Dickens, ''Bleak House'', ch 11:

  66. Mrs. Perkins, who has not been for some weeks on speaking terms with Mrs. Piper in consequence for an unpleasantness originating in young Perkins' having "fetched" young Piper "a crack," renews her friendly intercourse on this auspicious occasion.
  67. An attempt at something.

  68. Vagina.

  69. The space between the buttocks; the buttcrack.

  70. Conviviality; fun; good conversation, chat, gossip, or humorous storytelling; good company.

  71. 2001, William F. Gray, ''The Villain'', iUniverse, p. 214:

  72. Being a native of Northumberland, she was enjoying their banter and Geordie good humour. This was what she needed — good company and good crack.
  73. 2004, Bill Griffiths, ''Dictionary of North East Dialect'', Northumbria University Press (quoting Dunn, 1950)

  74. "his a bit o' good crack — interesting to talk to"
  75. 2006, Patrick McCabe, ''Winterwood'', Bloomsbury 2007, p. 10:

  76. By the time we've got a good drunk on us there'll be more crack in this valley than the night I pissed on the electric fence!
  77. Business; events; news.

  78. What's this crack about a possible merger.

  79. A program or procedure designed to circumvent restrictions or usage limits on software.

  80. An expanding circle of white water surrounding the site of a large explosion at shallow depth, marking the progress of the wave through the air above the water.File:Crossroads baker explosion.jpg|thumb|A nuclear explosion in shallow water; the crack is clearly visible on the water's surface.

  81. a meaningful chat.

  82. Extremely silly, absurd or off-the-wall ideas or prose.

  83. The tone of voice when changed at puberty.

  84. ''a''. 1611, (w), ''Tragedy of Cymbeline|Cymbeline'', Act 4, Scene 2

  85. And let us, Polydore, though now our voices / Have got the mannish crack, sing him to the ground, …
  86. A mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanity.

  87. A crazy or crack-brained person.

  88. {{RQ:Spectator | volume = III | issue = 251 | date = 18 December 1711 |pages = 251-256 | pageref = 252

  89. A boast; boasting.

  90. {{RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene|book=II|canto=XI|stanza=10|page=350

  91. Breach of chastity.

  92. ''a''. 1611, (w), ''Tragedy of Cymbeline|Cymbeline'', Act 5, Scene 5

  93. But think her bond of chastity quite crack'd, I having ta'en the forfeit. …
  94. A boy, generally a pert, lively boy.

  95. (RQ:Shakespeare Coriolanus)

  96. A brief time; an instant; a jiffy.

  97. Highly trained and competent.

  98. Excellent, first-rate, superior, top-notch.

  99. crack (variety of cocaine)

  100. crack (expert person)

  101. crack (cocaine)

  102. (l) (gloss)

  103. champion, ace, pro, wizard, dude (gloss)

  104. (alternative form of)