Crack Down On – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Crack Down On
What does crack down on mean? Here is the meaning of crack down on .
Crack down on means to enforce the rules, laws, or regulations.

  • In my town the police crackdown on drinking and driving.
  • Recently my boss has decided to crack down on the lateness policy.

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