Crack up means to laugh very hard. You can say that you crack up or that something cracks you up. When something cracks you up it makes you laugh very hard.
- That movie cracked me up.
- My friend Ed is so funny. He really cracks me up.
- We were cracking up really hard when we saw that comedian.
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