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crackers {adjective}

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1. general
crackers (also: crazy, insane, mad)
2. British English, colloquial
crackers (also: wacky, daft, zany)
3. "crazy", British English, colloquial
crackers (also: bats, cuckoo, dippy, mad)
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chiflado {adj.} [coll.]

Context sentences for "crackers" in Spanish

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EnglishWe cannot allow criminals, irresponsible crackers and crooks to take over the Internet.
No podemos permitir que los delincuentes, y estafadores inunden Internet.
EnglishThe hackers or crackers used it to aid a shady business, chiefly pornography, one presumes.
La falta de seguridad se está convirtiendo cada vez más en una barrera al desarrollo de la sociedad de la información.
EnglishThe hackers or crackers used it to aid a shady business, chiefly pornography, one presumes.
Los piratas o intrusos informáticos lo usaron para ayudar a un negocio sospechoso, principalmente pornografía, se supone.
EnglishBecause there are computer criminals (sometimes called hackers or crackers) who attack other people's computers.
Porque hay criminales informáticos (a veces denominados hackers o crackers) que atacan los equipos de otras personas.
Englishshe went crackers when she found out
EnglishI'm crackers about him
Englishto be crackers