Pronunciation: (krap), [key]
n., v., crapped, crap•ping.

1. Vulgar.
a. excrement.
b. an act of defecation.
2. Slang (sometimes vulgar).
a. nonsense; drivel.
b. falsehood, exaggeration, propaganda, or the like.
3. refuse; rubbish; junk; litter: Will you clean up that crap!

v.i. defecate.

1. Slang (sometimes vulgar). to talk nonsense to; attempt to deceive.
2. crap around, Slang (sometimes vulgar).
a. to behave in a foolish or silly manner.
b. to avoid work.
3. crap on, Slang (sometimes vulgar).
a. to treat badly, esp. by humiliating, insulting, or slighting.
b. to cause misery, misfortune, or discomfort.
4. crap up, Slang (sometimes vulgar). to botch, ruin, or cheapen; make a mess of.


Pronunciation: (krap), [key]
n., v., crapped, crap•ping.

1. (in craps) a losing throw, in which the total on the two dice is 2, 3, or 12.
2. craps.

crap out,
a. Also called seven out. (in the game of craps) to throw a 7 rather than make one's point.
b. abandon a project, activity, etc., because of fear, cowardice, exhaustion, loss of enthusiasm, etc.
c. break a promise or fail to fulfill a duty or obligation; renege.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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