Results for hack

Definitions of hack:

part of speech: noun

A cut made by hacking.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To cough raspingly and repeatedly.

part of speech: noun

a horse kept for hire

part of speech: noun

A notch or cut made by the blow of an instrument.

part of speech: verb

To cut or chop with repeated strokes; to mangle; to notch; to cough in a short broken manner.

part of speech: verb transitive

To offer for hire: to use roughly.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cut irregularly and into small pieces; injure by cutting; notch; let out for hire.

part of speech: adjective

Hackney, hired.

part of speech: noun

A notch; hollow irregular cut; a horse, or a carriage, let out for hire; a literary drudge.

part of speech: noun

A hackney, esp. a poor and jaded one: any person overworked on hire: a literary drudge.

part of speech: noun

An instr. for catching fish; a bend in a stream; a rack for holding fodder.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cut: to chop or mangle: to notch.

part of speech: noun

A horse kept for hire; a horse kept for all kinds of work, or for ordinary use; anything or person overworked on hire; a drudge; anything much used.

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