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cracker /ˈkrækɚ/  

  • noun
    plural -ers
    [count] a dry, thin baked food that is made of flour and water and is often eaten with cheese
    a plate of cheese and crackers - see also animal cracker, graham cracker, oyster cracker, soda cracker
    a person who can crack something (such as a safe or a secret code)
    a safe cracker [=a criminal who can opens a safe illegally]
    a code cracker
    chiefly Brit :a colorful paper tube that holds small gifts and that opens with a loud noise when the ends are pulled
    Crackers are commonly used in Britain at Christmas.
    a Christmas cracker
    Brit informal :a very good, amusing, or attractive person or thing
    The match should be real cracker.
    The guitarist played a cracker of a solo.
    US informal + offensive :a poor usually Southern white person

    * Các từ tương tự:
    crackerjack, crackers