- crackle (v.) mid-15c., crackelen, frequentative of cracken "to crack." Related: Crackled; crackling. The noun is recorded from 1833.
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Crackle — Crac kle, n. 1. The noise of slight and frequent cracks or reports; a crackling. [1913 Webster] The crackle of fireworks. Carlyle. [1913 Webster] 2. (Med.) A kind of crackling sound or r[^a]le, heard in some abnormal states of the lungs; as, dry… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Crackle — Crac kle (kr[a^]k k l), v. i. [Dim. of crack.] To make slight cracks; to make small, sharp, sudden noises, rapidly or frequently repeated; to crepitate; as, burning thorns crackle. [1913 Webster] The unknown ice that crackles underneath them.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
crackle — ► VERB ▪ make a rapid succession of slight cracking noises. ► NOUN 1) a crackling sound. 2) a pattern of minute surface cracks. DERIVATIVES crackly adjective … English terms dictionary
crackle — [krak′əl] vi. crackled, crackling [ME crakelen, freq. of craken,CRACK1] 1. to make a succession of slight, sharp, popping sounds, as of dry wood burning 2. to be bursting with energy and vivacity 3. to develop a finely cracked surface vt … English World dictionary
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crackle — UK [ˈkræk(ə)l] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms crackle : present tense I/you/we/they crackle he/she/it crackles present participle crackling past tense crackled past participle crackled 1) to make continuous short sounds like the sound of… … English dictionary
crackle — crack|le [ krækl ] verb intransitive 1. ) to make continuous short sounds like the sound of wood burning: The radio began to crackle. 2. ) to be full of something such as nervousness or excitement: The atmosphere crackled with expectation. ╾… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
crackle — [[t]kræ̱k(ə)l[/t]] crackles, crackling, crackled VERB If something crackles, it makes a rapid series of short, harsh noises. The radio crackled again. [V ing] ...a crackling fire. N COUNT Crackle is also a noun. ...the crackle of flames and… … English dictionary
crackle — I. verb (crackled; crackling) Etymology: frequentative of 1crack Date: circa 1560 intransitive verb 1. a. to make small sharp sudden repeated noises < the fire crackles on the hearth > b. to show ani … New Collegiate Dictionary