crackle
Noun
1. (of twigs) 
a. el crujido (M) 
2. (of fire) 
a. el crepitación (M) 
intransitive verb
3. (twigs) 
a. crujir 
4. (fire) 
a. crepitar 
crackle [ˈkrækl]
noun
(usu no pl) (noise) [of twigs burning] crepitación (f); chisporroteo (m); [of frying] chisporroteo (m); [of dry leaves] crujido (m); [of shots] traqueteo (m); (on telephone) interferencia (f);
intransitive verb
[+burning twigs] crepitar; chisporrotear; [+bacon] chisporrotear; [+dry leaves] crujir; [+shots] traquetear; [+phone line] tener interferencias
Then the telephone crackled and banged as I heard him put the receiver down Over the crackling line she spoke to a Spanish nurse she had never met At that moment the radio crackled and a staccato Russian voice spoke from the loudspeaker on the wall

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crack
Noun
1. (estrella) 
a. star, superstar 
2. (finance) 
a. crash 
3. (droga) 
a. crack 
crack
1 (Latinoamérica) (Dep) (persona) top player; star player; (caballo) champion horse
2 (droga) crack (muy_familiar)
Verb Conjugations for crepitar
Gerund: crepitando
Participle: crepitado
Indicative
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yocrepitocrepitécrepitabacrepitaríacrepitaré
crepitascrepitastecrepitabascrepitaríascrepitarás
él/ella/Ud.crepitacrepitócrepitabacrepitaríacrepitará
nosotroscrepitamoscrepitamoscrepitábamoscrepitaríamoscrepitaremos
vosotroscrepitáiscrepitasteiscrepitabaiscrepitaríaiscrepitaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.crepitancrepitaroncrepitabancrepitaríancrepitarán
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