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craic  


in BRIT, also use crack      If you are talking about something that you did and you say `the craic was great', or `it was a good craic', you mean that you had a really good time, especially because everyone was talking, joking, and laughing.  
  (IRISH)  
INFORMAL      n-sing  
They go to the pubs not for the drink alone, but for the crack.     
Translation English - Cobuild Collins Dictionary  
See also:

ceramic, crack, crick, circa

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