Hacked is supposed to mean unauthorized access to computers and computer networks, but not any more, now it means to post 'Hilarious' statuses on somebodies Facebook profile.
Idiot: "I totally hacked Joe's Facebook the other day!"
Normal Person: "Really, you hacked it? How?"
Idiot: "He left himself logged in and I posted a status."
Normal Person: "That's not hacking."
by Pseudonym Man. October 15, 2011
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1. Completely ridiculous and crazy.

2. Showing mad skills.
Damn, that bank robbery was fuckin hacked!

I hacked that test and got an A+.
by AznBoi97531 January 23, 2009
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the act of getting high and drunk or drunk and high.
YO! what you doing tonight?
(friend) man im bouta go get hacked with the nikkas.we got some lokos and some dank bud.
by MR_TIPSY January 23, 2011
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The thing faggots post on friends facebook when they accidently stay logged on
"Hacked by your bestie!!!!1"
"Dude, dont be a faggot."
by salsaverde May 27, 2012
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When you're really pissed off.
"Dude i'm so hacked off"
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To proceed or continue on an arduous task
" I heard jim could barely walk after that fight last night"

" Yea, we all thought he would make it through in one piece, but he couldn't hack it"
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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.


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 25, 2004
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