Word: hacks

Category: hacks

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Synonyms: hacks

journalist, reporter, newspaperman, newspaperwoman, writer, journo, scribbler, penny-a-liner, drudge, menial, menial worker, factotum, gofer, jade, nag, plug, hacker, ward-heeler, machine politician, taxi, cab, taxicab, literary hack, hack writer

Translations: hacks

spanish
cortes, hacks de, los hacks


german
hackt

french
des hacks, entailles, valets, bidouilles

italian
hack, incisioni, trucchi, gli hack

portuguese
cortes, corta, truques, hacks de

dutch
houweren, hack

russian
хаки, Hacks, писаки, хаков, Будильники

norwegian
banalisere

swedish
hacka, hack, hackar, hackor

finnish
hakata, hakkerointia

danish
aviskrig, banalisere, hacker

czech
hacky, Hacks, hacků, rozsekává, prodejní lidi

polish
hacki, hacków, sieka, sztuczki, Hacks

hungarian
hack, csapkod, Hacks, hackek

turkish
kesmek, hack, gardiyanlar, ile Hacks

greek
αμυχές

ukrainian
хакі, хаки, хакі червоний

albanian
të hacks

bulgarian
хакове, хакване, трикове, на хакове

belarusian
хакі

croatian
Hacks, hack, hakiranje

icelandic
járnsög, Jamie

lithuanian
įsilaužimai, piratavimas

latvian
lietas tiek, triki, hakus

macedonian
хакове, хакови, усеците

romanian
hack

slovenian
žaga, heki

slovak
hacky

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The meaning and "use of": hacks

noun
  • a rough cut, blow, or stroke.
  • an act of computer hacking.
  • a writer or journalist producing dull, unoriginal work.
  • a horse for ordinary riding.
  • a taxicab.
  • a board on which a hawk's meat is laid.

verb
  • cut with rough or heavy blows.
  • use a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system.
  • manage; cope.
  • ride a horse for pleasure or exercise.

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