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Definition of craic

craic

  • the goings on the happening. Pronounced crack. Irish dialect
    What's the craic?

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Andrew F. on Mar 27 2005.

  • pronounced Crack. An Irish term for fun, having a great time. being more broadly used outside Ireland

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Liz M. on Aug 02 2006.

  • (pronounced crack) Irish term for having a good time, fun, happening
    It was great craic.
    What's the craic? (what is happening.

    Last edited on Oct 05 2006. Submitted by Brian B. from Ireland on Oct 05 2006.

  • having a laugh, good time etc.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by Joe m. from Ireland on Oct 03 2008.

noun

  • British or Irish term for partying, having a good time, doing something exciting. pronounced "crack"
    Have you had any craic lately?

    Last edited on Aug 22 2004. Submitted by Angela G. on Aug 22 2004.

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