krachen

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From Middle High German krachen, from Old High German krahhōn, from Proto-Germanic *krakōną. Cognate with Old English cracian. More at crack.

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krachen (third-person singular simple present kracht, past tense krachte, past participle gekracht, auxiliary haben)

  1. to crash (collide, fall or come down violently)
  2. to crack, creak

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