crack on for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD
If you crack on with something, you continue doing it, especially with more effort than before, or as quickly as possible. [informal] [VP] ⇒ You've just got to crack on, whatever the problems are. [VP + with] ⇒ Just tell him what to do and he'll crack on with the work.
I said goodbye to Juliette, pulled the door shut and locked it all inside, leaving the key in a crack on the steps for the notaire.Dexter Petley WHITE LIESMaybe I did see something and the crack on the head erased it.Loraine, Philip LOADED QUESTIONSThe maidlashed out with all the venom of an angrymare, giving one of the footpads a nasty crack on the shin.Grace, C.L A SHRINE OF MURDERS