n. two or three holes "hacked" into the ice at each end of an ice curling rink to give the sweepers somewhere to rest their brooms. Also:
v. what smokers do while curling, which is one of the few Olympic sports where smoking is allowed during the game.
Throw some end-raise take-out weight and I'll sweep from the hack!Hurry hard
1.) Short name used for "hacky sack"
2.) The goal achieved when every player within a "hack circle" kicks the hacky sack at least once without letting it touch the ground.
3.) Someone who copies, mimics, or deliberately impersonates other people, or other peoples accomplishments in search of praise.
4.) To infiltrate, destroy, reconfigure, or violate any sort of computer program, website, etc. through use of coding.
5.) To stab, slash, cut, lacerate, etc. repetitively until the object or objects are in multiple pieces.
1.) "Dude, pass me the hack."
2.) "JOHN YOU SUCK!! We almost had a hack!"
3.) "Man...Jimmy is such a hack."
4.) "I'm gonna hack the hell out of that site."
5.) "Whoah, he hacked that thing to hell."
A taxi driver in any city, not necessarily New York. In NYC, hack can also refer to a livery cab driver (cabs that drive in bad neighborhoods where taxis usually don't).
The TV show Hack takes place in Philadelphia.
Someone in the film industry, usually a director, who works on projects solely for financial reasons, rather than creative reasons. It is not about a filmmaker who is simply bad. That is a common misconception.
Jon Peters is such a hack, all he cares about making the film marketable, and not about the characters.
In Northern Irish slang:
n. "The hack of...": "the sorry state of...".
v. To cope with.
n. Have ye seen the hack of this gobshite?
v. Janty, I can't hack this no more. My feet hurt.
Noun: Someone who steals a joke from a comedian or uses a played out joke/premise.
Verb: To steal a joke or use a played out premise.
Noun: What a hack!
Verb: Way to hack cellphone rings!
A correctional officer (prison guard).
You keep an on the hack while I hide the hooch.