Falconry. a shed where young hawks are kept and fed while at hack.
[hak-ee] /ˈhæk i/ noun, Informal. 1. 2 (def 7b). noun (also hacker or hacky) A taxicab driver: He enriched another hacker by an even $5,000/ He actually found a hackie named Louis Schweitzer (1937+)
[hak-ing] /ˈhæk ɪŋ/ noun 1. replacement of a single course of stonework by two or more lower courses. [hak] /hæk/ verb (used with object) 1. to cut, notch, slice, chop, or sever (something) with or as with heavy, irregular blows (often followed by up or down): to hack meat; to hack down trees. 2. to […]
noun, Chiefly British. 1. a riding jacket having a tight waist, flared skirt, slanted pockets with flaps, and slits or vents at the sides or back. noun 1. (mainly Brit) a riding jacket with side or back vents and slanting pockets
- Hacking run
jargon (Analogy with “bombing run” or “speed run”) A hack session extended long outside normal working times, especially one longer than 12 hours. May cause you to “change phase the hard way”. [Jargon File] (1996-08-26)