Word: tack

Category: tack

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Related words: tack

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Synonyms: tack

eyeglass

Translations: tack

german
tapeziernagel, stift


french
sens, direction, taciturne, punaise, attacher, ...

portuguese
tabelarão, alinhavar

russian
подметывать, присоединять, стежок, метать, клейкость, ...

norwegian
feste

swedish
nubb

finnish
salpa, mattonaula, naulita, luovia, luovi, ...

czech
přibít, směr, zaměření, sestehovat, lavírovat, ...

polish
pluskiewka, fastrygować, ćwiek, przymocować, przybić, ...

hungarian
fércelés, irányhelyzet, taktika

ukrainian
стібок, кнопка, липкість, курс, кнопками

belarusian
семя

estonian
nael, halss, traagelduspiste

croatian
pričvrstiti, kopča, čavlić, čavao

Popularity stats: tack

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The meaning and "use of": tack

noun
  • a small, sharp, broad-headed nail.
  • a method of dealing with a situation or problem; a course of action or policy.
  • an act of changing course by turning a vessel's head into and through the wind, so as to bring the wind on the opposite side.
  • the quality of being sticky.
  • equipment used in horseback riding, including the saddle and bridle.

verb
  • fasten or fix in place with tacks.
  • change course by turning a boat's head into and through the wind.

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