(informal) (transitive; often passive) to annoy, irritate, or disappoint
- Hack on
To hack; implies that the subject is some pre-existing hunk of code that one is evolving, as opposed to something one might hack up. [Jargon File]
- Hack on someone
verb phrase To ridicule someone; PUT someone DOWN (1990s+ Students)
[hak-saw] /ˈhækˌsɔ/ noun 1. a for cutting metal, consisting typically of a narrow, fine-toothed blade fixed in a frame. /ˈhækˌsɔː/ noun 1. a handsaw for cutting metal, with a hard-steel blade in a frame under tension verb -saws, -sawing, -sawed, -sawed, -sawn (-ˌsɔːn) 2. (transitive) to cut with a hacksaw n. first element from Old […]
[hak-tuh-viz-uh m] /ˈhæk təˌvɪz əm/ noun 1. the practice of gaining unauthorized access to a computer system and carrying out various disruptive actions as a means of achieving political or social goals: In this form of hacktivism, the hacker tries to alter or deface a government website.