a cheap unofficail cab. (orgin unknown)
I am going to catch a hack out in front of the supermarket to the airport
by nicole January 31, 2005
To hack someone in a car is to cut them off & step on it without apology.
That rat bastard just hacked me!

or just cry out: "Hack!" as you do it.
by lehigh valley girl April 06, 2004
A technician (any field) who breaks equipment beyond capable repair even though his/her intentions were to fix the equipment.
That fucking hack smoked three power supplies before he realized he might of had a short on the motherboard!
by BillR June 08, 2003
Hack seems to be used by survivalists, preppers, to denote a new trick, tip, or approach to a problem.
Here's a new hack on preserving rice or beans in old soda bottles--they'll last for ten years and be impervious to bugs and vermin. repurpose
by Survival For ALL March 18, 2015
1. A football term used to describe unfair play, such as raping an opponent's wide receiver during a game, or scoring a touchdown on the fifty yard line. Used in college football more than in the NFL, and extremely uncommon in the Arena Football League because the entire league is a hack.

2. A term used in fantasy sports when one of the teams in a league is way too good. This is often caused by an unfair trade that occurs when a different member of the league gives up all hope and makes his or her team suck ass.
1. Wow, that was a hack by Matt Schaub! They gave him a touchdown for getting the ball to the 50 yard line!

2. I can't believe Jordan just traded away Peyton Manning for Blaine Gabbert! Now Eric's team is a total hack!
by EDDDDDOOOOOOOOOOOO December 02, 2013
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
v.
to open an unattended laptop and typed in nonsense on social networks
Hack - "Trololololol dont leave your computer up unattended"
by LUDebate August 04, 2012
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