There is a 2 to 3 inch long stem attached that the travels through on the way to the consumer. El entrenador chascó el látigo y los caballos fueron más rápido. Es fácil criticar a su nueva novia: es fea, estúpida y no tiene trabajo. Sherlock Holmes siempre encontraba al culpable, resolvía todos los casos. Using crack along with other illegal drugs, or alcohol, is even more dangerous than using crack by itself. No puedo terminar este crucigrama, ¿quieres intentar tú? Jenny se rompió la cabeza contra la mesa cuando se cayó. In most parts of the world, production making crack , possession having crack , and distribution selling or giving away crack are illegal.
That new Young Jeezy song is straight crack. They tried to force him to tell the secret, but he didn't crack. I have to get up at the crack of dawn to get to work on time. This derives from the Gaelic word , meaning a term of fun, amusement, gossip and interesting conversation. WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2019: Compound Forms: crack Inglés Español another crack n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
Their functional effect is to stop us from being truly happy for long. But anyway, it's the other form of crack that might be informing the Spanish you cite. Hace días que no duermo, estoy a punto de que me dé un patatús. Tengo que levantarme de madrugada or: en la madrugada para llegar a tiempo al trabajo. This algebra equation is a tough nut to crack.
This involves anxiety, depression, irritability, extreme fatigue and possibly paranoia. Vamos a descorchar esta botella y que empiece la fiesta. That lady's a crack shot. There is down-regulation of dopamine D2 receptors to compensate for their drug-induced overstimulation. Johanna quería tener una conversación seria, pero Jim no paraba de contar chistes.
Rompió en dos la barra de chocolate para compartirla con su hermano. For example, you could say We had great craic in the town last night. Good luck with getting him to agree - he's a tough nut to crack. ¡Eso sonó como el chasquido de un rifle! Withdrawal happens when as person's body or mind is used to having a drug in its system all the time, and suddenly the drug is not there any more. Suerte consiguiendo que esté de acuerdo, él es un cabezón. I would wager that it's part of the reason we use it to refer to top athletes in the first place. These stems are also used to inhale.
The joke he told really cracked me up. The solid form of the illicit, recreational drug, cocaine. Because crack can cause both physical addiction when the body is hooked on the drug and psychological addiction when the mind is hooked on the drug , quitting crack can cause both physical withdrawal which causes physical symptoms in the body and psychological withdrawal which causes symptoms in the mind. Let's crack open this bottle and get the party started. In English, we don't use the word as a noun in the same way.
Theres a crack on the sidewalk over here. It's easy to take a crack at his new girlfriend- she's ugly, stupid, and unemployed. A Kate se le cayó el bowl y se rompió en dos pedazos. From there it spread to Ireland, and largely but not entirely died out in England. This is often called a stem. No puedo terminar este crucigrama, ¿quieres probar tú? To do so, you would have to amend it to read something like, You're a crack footballer.
Partió la nuez de Brasil y tiró la cáscara. Trataron de obligarlo a que diga el secreto pero él no se quebró. Your example uses it as a noun too. This led to the folk-etymology which claims that the word is of Irish origin, when it's actually the other way around, with the Irish use of the word being a borrowing from English. That sounded like the crack of a rifle! Cyrus was arrested for dealing crack.