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The meaning of Crock

Crock – definition


An earthenware pot or jar.

Usage examples:

The runner beans were then packed in layers of salt in large crocks

Something considered to be complete nonsense.

Usage examples:

This whole business of an electronic community is a crock

An old person who is considered to be feeble and useless.

Usage examples:

I'm an old crock and he's an old buffer

Injure (a person or part of the body).

Usage examples:

He crocked a shoulder in the test against south africa

A container made of baked clay

Usage examples:

Dad kept sauerkraut in a twenty-gallon crock., they claimed they wrote that song? what a crock!

Crock translation into English

Crock: translate from English into Chinese

Translate crock into Chinese (Simplified)}
缸, 瓦罐, 罐, 废物, 贺, 甑, 使无用

Crock: translate from English into Dutch

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Kruik, Pot, Potscherf, Sukkel, Kan, Kruk, Oud meubel

Crock: translate from English into French

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Cruche, Pot de terre, Vaisselle, Crouler, Vieux clou, Morceau de tesson, Vieille rosse, Cheval fourbu

Crock: translate from English into German

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Topf, Klepper, Scherbe, Wrack, Irdener topf, Kiste

Crock: translate from English into Hindi

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थका हुआ, अयोग्य, अक्षम, धातु-पात्र

Crock: translate from English into Italian

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Coccio, Vaso di terracotta, Ronzino

Crock: translate from English into Korean

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사금파리, 늙은 말, 못쓰게 되다, 허풍, 검댕, 오지그릇, 허튼소리, 폐인이 되게 하다, 검댕으로 더럽히다, 쓸모없게 되다

Crock: translate from English into Russian

Translate crock into Russian}
Черепок, Вымотаться, Глиняный кувшин, Глиняный горшок, Глиняный черепок, Кляча, Заездить, Старая лошадь, Старая овца, Сломленный человек, Драндулет, Выматывать, Разрушать здоровье, Сломаться

Crock: translate from English into Spanish

Translate crock into Spanish}
Vasija, Cacharro, Usar un cacharro, Cacharro pequeño, Vasijilla de cocina

Word origin

late Middle English: perhaps from Flemish, and probably related to crack. Originally a Scots term for an old ewe, it came in the late 19th century to denote an old or broken-down horse.

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