Definitions for CRUDkrʌd

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

crudkrʌd(n.; v.)crud•ded, crud•ding.

  1. (n.)Slang. a deposit of filth, incrusted matter, or other objectionable substance. a despicable or disagreeable person. something worthless or objectionable. lies, exaggeration, or flattery. a vaguely defined disease or disorder, as a rash.

    Category: Status (usage)

  2. Dial. curd.

    Category: Status (usage)

  3. (v.i.)Dial. to curd.

    Category: Status (usage)

Origin of crud:

1325–75; earlier form of curd

crud′dy(adj.)-di•er, -di•est.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. crud(noun)

    heavy wet snow that is unsuitable for skiing

  2. filth, crud, skank(noun)

    any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant

  3. crud(noun)

    an ill-defined bodily ailment

    "he said he had the crud and needed a doctor"

Wiktionary

  1. crud(Noun)

    dirt, filth or refuse

  2. crud(Noun)

    Something of poor quality.

  3. crud(Noun)

    Mixed impurities, especially corrosion products in nuclear reactor fuel

  4. crud(Noun)

    A heavy wet snow on which it is difficult to ski

  5. crud(Noun)

    Crap, excrement.

  6. crud(Noun)

    A contemptible person.

  7. crud(Noun)

    venereal disease, or (later) any disease

  8. crud(Noun)

    A fast-paced game, loosely based on billiards or pool, with many players participating at the same time.

  9. Origin: Said to be a metathesis variant of curd, which would be an unconscious return to the original form

Webster Dictionary

  1. Crud(noun)

    see Curd

Freebase

  1. Create, read, update and delete

    In computer programming, create, read, update and delete are the four basic functions of persistent storage. Sometimes CRUD is expanded with the words retrieve instead of read, modify instead of update, or destroy instead of delete. It is also sometimes used to describe user interface conventions that facilitate viewing, searching, and changing information; often using computer-based forms and reports. The term was likely first popularized by James Martin in his 1983 book Managing the Data-base Environment. The acronym may be extended to CRUDL to cover listing of large data sets which bring additional complexity such as pagination when the data sets are too large to hold easily in memory. Another variation of CRUD is BREAD, an acronym for "Browse, Read, Edit, Add, Delete".

Anagrams of CRUD

  1. curd


Translations for CRUD

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

raw(adjective)

not cooked

raw onions/meat.

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