- Cracker that makes a crunching sound when eaten
- usually the type is specified. Krupuk is the word usually used to refer to a crispy cracker made from dough that is sun dried and then sliced, usually using kanji as a base. The chips are fried in deep hot oil before eating. Krupuk chips expand when fried in hot oil, whereas kripik chips do not.
Bali dataran dialect
Bali aga dialect
Buka naar krupuk
Llike eating krupuk, a loud noise, refers to a person with a loud mouth who says a lot, but of which there is little substance.
⚙ Usage examples pulled from the Virtual Library
In Balinese: Tusing dagang krupuk/ dagang cilok/pemulung dogen jani masepedanan.
In English: Not only the cracker sellers and the scavenger who cycle.
In Indonesian: Sekarang Yogyakarta sudah makin ramai.
In Balinese: Minab kadene titiang tukang krupuk/dagang cilok!
In English: Alone!
In Indonesian: Sendiri!
In Balinese: Titiang taler masuluh ring tukang becak, tukang sayur, dagang angkringan, dagang krupuk, loper koran, pengamen, penjaja susu murni keliling, lan sane tiosan.
In English: There are bicycles passing by on the road.
In Indonesian: Kira-kira sudah lima bulan, Pandemi Covid-19 ini dirasakan di Indonesia.