Take A Crack At It – American Idiom Lesson

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Take A Crack At
When you take a crack at something, you try it or try doing it.

  • They are going to open a rock climbing place near me. I think I’ll take a crack at it.
  • I took a crack at golf.

How about you? What is something you want to take a crack at?

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