- a large bag made of a strong material such as hessian, thick paper, or plastic, used for storing and carrying goods.；the contents of a sack or the amount it can contain
- dismiss from employment；tackle (a quarterback) behind the line of scrimmage before they can throw a pass
verb: sack, 3rd person present: sacks, gerund or present participle: sacking, past tense: sacked, past participle: sacked
noun: sack, plural noun: sacks
- 1. a large bag made of a strong material such as hessian, thick paper, or plastic, used for storing and carrying goods. 同義詞
- ▪ the contents of a sack or the amount it can contain a sack of flour
- 2. a woman's short loose unwaisted dress, typically narrowing at the hem, popular especially in the 1950s.
- ▪ historical a woman's long loose dress or gown.
- ▪ a decorative piece of dress material fastened to the shoulders of a woman's gown in loose pleats and forming a long train, fashionable in the 18th century.
- 3. informal dismissal from employment he got the sack for swearing they were given the sack 同義詞
- 4. North American informal bed, especially as regarded as a place for sex. 同義詞
- 5. informal a base.
- 6. an act of tackling of a quarterback behind the line of scrimmage.
- 1. informal dismiss from employment any official found to be involved would be sacked on the spot
- 2. tackle (a quarterback) behind the line of scrimmage before they can throw a pass Oregon intercepted five of his passes and sacked him five times
- 3. rare put into a sack or sacks a small part of his wheat had been sacked