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Oxford dictionary definition of the word crater:
1a large bowl-shaped cavity in the ground or on a celestial object, typically one caused by an explosion or the impact of a meteorite:
the blast left a crater in the car park
Ganymede, the largest moon in the solar system, has relatively few impact craters
a large hollow forming the mouth of a volcano:
a great plume of gas and ash rises above the crater
a cavity or hole in any surface:
using the rounded end of a rolling pin, make craters over the surface of the cake
2a large bowl used in ancient Greece for mixing wine.
form a crater in (the ground or a planet):
pilots returned to the airfields to crater the runways
(as adjective cratered)
the heavily cratered areas of the moon
early 17th century (denoting the hollow forming the mouth of a volcano): via Latin from Greek kratēr ‘mixing-bowl’, from krasis ‘mixture’