noun, Chiefly British.
a riding jacket having a tight waist, flared skirt, slanted pockets with flaps, and slits or vents at the sides or back.
(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)
- Hacking x for y
[ITS] Ritual phrasing of part of the information which ITS made publicly available about each user. This information (the INQUIR record) was a sort of form in which the user could fill out various fields. On display, two of these fields were always combined into a project description of the form “Hacking X for Y” […]
1. An Apple Lisa that has been hacked into emulating a Macintosh (also called a “Mac XL”). 2. A Macintosh assembled from parts theoretically belonging to different models in the line. (1995-03-08)
jargon /hak’ish/ 1. Said of something that is or involves a hack. 2. Of or pertaining to hackers or the hacker subculture. See also true-hacker. [Jargon File] (1995-03-08)