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To crack on

To crack on is to continue doing something as quickly as possible. The phrase is also said to encourage someone to do something or start doing something.

Examples:

We need to crack on and get today's work finished.

A: Can I start moving the boxes into the living room?
B: Yes, crack on.

Take note

Crack on is often followed by the preposition 'with'.

Examples:

I'm going to crack on with my report.

After lunch, they cracked on with painting the kitchen.

 

Category: Learn a new phrase! | Views: 588 | Added by: Teacher_Koce | Tags: idioms, crack on
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