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Definition of cruch

cruch

  • "crucial". Pronounced "crewsh". Also spelled "croosh".
    Man, that car is cruch.

    Last edited on May 13 2011. Submitted by George D. from Fairfax, VA, USA on Sep 26 2002.

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