The English idiom to get cracking means ❛to start working❜. For example:
There is no use standing around talking about what we want to do. Let’s get cracking!
Instead of ❛Let’s get cracking!❜, one could have also said ❛Let’s get to work!❜. The following articles/blog posts all contain the idiom to get cracking in their titles:
Get cracking on that list of things to organize
- miamiherald.com, 22 January 2012, Mary Beth Breckenridge, Akron Beacon Journal
Get Cracking on Innovative Tax Reform
- jamaica-gleaner.com, 23 January 2012, Garth A. Rattray
Let’s Get Cracking: How toMake an Omelet
- artofmaniliness.com, 31 January 2012, Matt Moore
Due to the fact that you have to ❛crack ❜ an egg to open it, you often see the English idiom to get cracking in connection with eggs or egg products. Thus, the title of the last article above ❛Let’s Get Cracking: How to Make an Omelet❜, in which ❛Let’s Get Cracking❜ has a double meaning.