One paid to represent the views of an individual, group, or organzation, such as a communications specialist, press secretary, spokesperson, or public relations counsel. Usage note: do not confuse with flak, meaning (in modern usage) opposition, especially when particularly contentious.
The flack for the tobacco company took flak over his statement that cigarettes were not proven to cause cancer.
by A. Flack October 31, 2007
The extra saggy skin around the vagina or scrotum. Usually is left if not circumsized. Dangles or hangs from body when very warm or hot in lower body region. Can be pulled on when having sex and usually gets in the way of a condom. Flack is common on males and can get stinky if kept unclean.
by Bob Bobby Bobbyman March 03, 2009