Meaning of CRACKED in English

CRACKED

adjective

Etymology: Middle English crackyd, from past participle of crakken to crack

1.

a. : broken (as by a sharp blow) so that the surface is fissured

cracked china

b. : broken into coarse particles

cracked wheat

cracked ice

c. : marked by harsh or discordant notes or by failure to sustain tones

a cracked voice

a cracked laugh

2.

a. : damaged, flawed

a cracked reputation

b. obsolete : bankrupt

c. : mentally disturbed : crazy ; also : intensely preoccupied : having a fixed idea : enthusiastic

• cracked·ness ˈkrak(t)nə̇s noun -es

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