The Word 'HACK'

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Meanings Of The Word 'Hack'

Hack (noun)

definition:
a saddle horse used for transportation rather than sport etc

example:
"The horse was just a hack, not a fancy show horse or racer, but it got me where I needed to go."

Hack (noun)

definition:
a horse kept for hire

example:
"I hired a hack for a ride in the country."

Hack (noun)

definition:
an old or over-worked horse

example:
"The tired old hack had earned its retirement to the pasture."

Synonyms

Jade

Hack (noun)

definition:
a car driven by a person whose job is to take passengers where they want to go in exchange for money

example:
"We got into a hack at the airport taxi stand."

Synonyms

Cab Taxi Taxicab

Hack (noun)

definition:
a tool such as a hoe, pick, or mattock used for breaking up the surface of the soil

example:
"I worked the hard soil of the new garden with a hack."

Hack (noun)

definition:
one who works hard at boring tasks

Synonyms

Drudge Hacker

Hack (noun)

definition:
a mediocre and disdained writer

example:
"They're just a hack; none of their stories have any literary value at all."

Hack (noun)

definition:
a politician who belongs to a small clique that controls a political party for private rather than public ends

example:
"The new mayor was nothing more than a hack."

Hack (verb)

definition:
cough spasmodically

example:
"The patient with emphysema has been hacking all day."

Synonyms

Whoop

Hack (verb)

definition:
significantly cut up a manuscript

example:
"The editor hacked the story beyond recognition."

Synonyms

Cut Up

Hack (verb)

definition:
fix a computer program piecemeal until it works

example:
"I'm not very good at hacking but I'll give it my best."

Synonyms

Hack On

Hack (verb)

definition:
in soccer, to kick on the shins

example:
"Our team was awarded a penalty kick after the opposing defender hacked our striker."

Hack (verb)

definition:
kick on the arms

Hack (verb)

definition:
cut with a hacking tool

Synonyms

Chop

Hack (verb)

definition:
clear away by cutting

example:
"We hacked our way through the forest."

Hack (verb)

definition:
be able to manage or manage successfully

example:
"I can't hack it anymore."

Synonyms

Cut

Hack (verb)

definition:
to gain unauthorized access to a computer system by manipulating code; to crack

example:
"According to the logs, someone is trying to hack our database server."

Hack (verb)

definition:
to gain unauthorized access to an online account owned by a person or organization

example:
"I can't believe my account was hacked again -- isn't "12345" a strong password?"

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