crackers
Noun
  1. plural form of cracker
  2. (South Africa, only plural) A kind of noisy leather pants or trousers.
    • 1849, E.E. Napier, Excursions in Southern Africa, Vol. II, p. 13:
      Sheepskin trousers—which, from the sound they make at every movement of the wearer, are called ‘crackers’.
Adjective

crackers

  1. (UK, colloquial) Crazy, insane.
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