- cut with rough or heavy blows；use a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system
- a rough cut, blow, or stroke；(in sports) a kick or hit inflicted on another player.
noun: hack, plural noun: hacks
verb: hack, 3rd person present: hacks, gerund or present participle: hacking, past tense: hacked, past participle: hacked
- 1. cut with rough or heavy blows:
hack off the dead branches
a fishmonger hacked at it with a cleaver
- 2. use a computer to gain unauthorized access to data in a system:
they hacked into the bank's computer
someone hacked his computer from another location
- 3. manage; cope:
lots of people leave because they can't hack it
- 1. a rough cut, blow, or stroke:
he was sure one of us was going to take a hack at him
- 2. (in sports) a kick or hit inflicted on another player.
- 3. a tool for rough striking or cutting, e.g. a mattock or a miner's pick.
- 4. a cut or gash.
- 5. an act of computer hacking:
the challenge of the hack itself
- 6. a piece of computer code providing a quick or inelegant solution to a particular problem:
this hack doesn't work on machines that have a firewall
- 7. a strategy or technique for managing one's time or activities more efficiently:
there's one easy hack to avoid the eight dollar popcorn trap: eat before you get to the theater
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