Translations into Malay:
The crab apple or wild apple.
(slang) A playing card with the rank of three.
(rowing) A position in rowing where the oar is pushed under the rigger by the force of the water.
(intransitive) To complain.
(intransitive) To fish for crabs.
(British dialect) To cudgel or beat, as with a crabstick
The tree species Carapa guianensis, native of South America.
A decapod crustacean covered with a thick exoskeleton, and armed with a single pair of claws.
(obsolete) In World War 1, to fly slightly off the straight-line course towards an enemy aircraft, as the machine guns on early aircraft did not allow firing through the propeller disk.
(rare) To back out of something.
(obsolete) To irritate, make surly or sour
(intransitive) ( by analogy with the movement of a crab ) To move sideways of an aircraft, such as a glider.
(zoology) A crustacean of the infraorder Brachyura , having five pairs of legs, the foremost of which are in the form of claws, and a carapace.
informal: infestation of pubic lice
A bad-tempered person.
(transitive) ( by analogy with the movement of a crab ) To navigate (an aircraft, e.g. a glider) sideways against an air current in order to maintain a straight-line course.
The tree bearing crab apples, which has a dogbane-like bitter bark with medical use.
(in plural crabs , informal) An infestation of pubic lice.
To be ill-tempered; to complain or find fault.
Short for carabiner.