cracker

US [ˈkrækər]
UK [ˈkrækə(r)]
  • n.薄脆饼干(多为咸味,常与干酪一起食用);彩包爆竹
  • Web怪客;解密高手;骇客
Plural Form:crackers  
Cracker
n.
1.
薄脆饼干(多为咸味,常与干酪一起食用)a thin dry biscuit that is often salty and usually eaten with cheese
2.
彩包爆竹,彩色拉炮(在英国用于圣诞聚会和聚餐,通常装有纸帽、小礼品及笑话纸条)a tube of coloured paper that makes a loud explosive sound when it is pulled open by two people. Crackers usually contain a paper hat, a small present and a joke, and are used in Britain at Christmas parties and meals.
Who wants to pull this cracker with me?
谁来跟我拉响这个彩炮?
3.
(informal)
(认为)十分愉快的事,滑稽可笑的事something that you think is very good, funny, etc.
It was a cracker of a goal.
这球进得真精彩。
I've got a joke for you. It's a real cracker!
我给你讲个笑话。好笑死了!
4.
(对几乎未受过教育的美国南方贫苦白人的轻蔑语)车把式an offensive word for a poor white person with little education from the southern US
5.
(informal)
破密高手(非法浏览或窃取他人的计算机系统上的信息)a person who illegally finds a way of looking at or stealing information on sb else's computer system
6.
(informal)
有魅力的女人;迷人的女子an attractive woman

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