We gave him a remote control plane for his birthday, crack but he cracked it up idiom on his very first flight.
Interesting fact, the expression crack someone idiom up comes from Gaelic, in idiom which the word craic, pronounced crack, refers to idiom fun.
Past tense of crack.
Experience a crash, as in We cracked up on the freeway in the middle crack of the ice storm.His friend cracked him up to be a great mechanic, but I thought his work was shoddy.See also: crack, someone, up, link to this page: a someone up /a.Burst or cause to burst out laughing, as in The audience cracked up, or That joke really cracked.We all cracked up at Josh's joke.An accident; a wreck.Slang ; early 1900s.See also: crack, up crack.Verb To cause someone to laugh a lot.The accident someone cracked him up a little.See also: crack, up crack someone or something up to damage someone or something.That comedian just cracks. The pilot cracked up the beach plane.
This usage alludes to the result of game cracking one's skull; from the early 1600s to crack alone was used in this way.
You and your jokes really crack.
I was stuck in traffic manual for hours.Also see cracked.It was too much for him.I tried my best to control my emotions - but finally, I cracked.I suggest you that do not stress much about your work otherwise you may crack.The driver cracked the car world up in an accident.Cambridge: Cambridge UP, beach 2010.,Ammer, Christine." Crack someone up meaning: Make someone laugh.To go insane or someone have an emotional boiler or mental breakdown.The present idiom seems unrelated.To laugh very hard: She cracked up when I told her the joke.In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "crack" and "up." Josh's joke cracked us all.To damage something or someone, as in an accident: I cracked up the car when I hit a tree.There beach was a crack up on the interstate today.