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5.
A popular way to catch a ride in more so the NorthEastern side of the nation, in large innercities of high concentration. The person usually stands on the road and says something to the effect "Yo, you got me on a hack, 'round there to a nearby location?" to the driver of the car.

If accepted the driver becomes a temporary cab driver, and usually the hackee is suppposed to give directions, although they are usually trying to be cool, and just point like some dumbasses.

At the completion you give the driver like a small bill like a $5 or $10.

As I said popular in the New York, Philidelphia, and Baltimore regions of innercities. No offense but usally ghettos.
Yo, let me get a hack.
Where ya goin?
Up da block.
A'ight. You gotta gimme Seven tho'. I need me a sandwhich bra'
Aigh't
by Siguro ka ba? April 12, 2006
 
43.
A noun used to describe someone who displays 'weiner' qualities. They usually complain, and can't face up to reality.
Alex complained about people bullying him over myspace, making him a 'hack'.
by Lok Sang Ho August 09, 2007
 
44.
Something that is large. Particularly weed, food, or a person. Comically, it is usually accompanied by the word ass.
1. He just threw away a hack ass dubee!!!

2. That sandwich is hack as fuck man.

3. That fool is hack.

4. That girl had some hack ass titties!
by ChayChee October 17, 2005
 
45.
Weekday afternoon radio program on Australia's Triple J radio station. Talk back radio.
<I>Let's go listen to some Hack.</i>
by jetta March 30, 2005
 
46.
To hackey sack, toss around a netted ball filled with beads, you cannot use your hands at all.
Eeeh, it was a calm weekend, we just sat around and hacked.
by Chels March 13, 2005
 
47.
v.

1. To program a computer in a clever, virtuosic, and wizardly manner. Ordinary computer jockeys merely write programs; hacking is the domain of digital poets. Hacking is a subtle and arguably mystical art, equal parts wit and technical ability, that is rarely appreciated by non-hackers. See hacker.

2. To break into computer systems with malicious intent. This sense of the term is the one that is most commonly heard in the media, although sense 1 is much more faithful to its original meaning. Contrary to popular misconception, this sort of hacking rarely requires cleverness or exceptional technical ability; most so-called "black hat" hackers rely on brute force techniques or exploit known weaknesses and the incompetence of system administrators.

3. To jury-rig or improvise something inelegant but effective, usually as a temporary solution to a problem. See noun sense 2.

n.

1. A clever or elegant technical accomplishment, especially one with a playful or prankish bent. A clever routine in a computer program, especially one which uses tools for purposes other than those for which they were intended, might be considered a hack. Students at technical universities, such as MIT, are famous for performing elaborate hacks, such as disassembling the dean's car and then reassembling it inside his house, or turning a fourteen-story building into a giant Tetris game by placing computer-controlled lighting panels in its windows.

2. A temporary, jury-rigged solution, especially in the fields of computer programming and engineering: the technical equivalent of chewing gum and duct tape. Compare to kludge.

3. A cheap, mediocre, or second-rate practitioner, especially in the fields of journalism and literature: a charlatan or incompetent.
v1. I stayed up all night hacking, and when I finally looked out the window, it was 8am.

v2. Some script kiddie hacked into the web server and trashed the database.

v3. I didn't have time to do things properly, so I just hacked together something that worked.

n1. A computerized bartender that automatically mixes your drinks and debits your account? Now THAT'S a hack.

n2. This subroutine is just a hack; I'm going to go back and put some real code in later.

n3. That two-bit pulp writer? Ah, he's nothing but a hack.
by Greenie March 24, 2004
 
48.
noun:
1.) A quick, temporary fix to an urgent problem that is dragging down the progress of a larger project

2.) A hackjob, a quack, someone who is habitually negligent or underqualified

3.) An onomatopoeia for a cough, made by people who are old and/or short of breath

verb:
1.) To thoroughly destroy something by chopping it up (eg: with an axe)

2.) To learn and understand a complex problem through a combination of experience, insight, and persistence

3.) To quickly piece together a hack

4.) To type really quickly
"Wow, seems like little Johnny's hacked root on the school's mainframe."

"You should sue that hack for giving Bob three times the recommended dosage !"

"Why don't you give those veggies a quick hack while I prepare the broth"

"He had an essay due in 3 hours, but he managed to hack something up, and got a B for it."

"If you can hack someone's mind, they'll do anything for you."

"Yep, I had some good times before I got m' TB, *hack*hack*"
by handle187 October 31, 2003
 
49.
hacks are stupid douches who suck at everything they do and they think they do everything correct.
mrs. graham is the biggest hack on the planet.
by i hate mrs graham July 17, 2003