crackers [krak′ərz]
altered (infl. by CRACKER) /span> CRACKED〛 [Slang, Chiefly Brit.] crazy; insane

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crack·ers (krăkʹərz) adj. Chiefly British Slang
Insane; mad.
  [Probably from cracker, breakdown.]

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