a four-wheeled carriage having six seats and drawn by two horses.
[hak-need] /ˈhæk nid/ adjective 1. made commonplace or trite; stale; banal: the hackneyed images of his poetry. [hak-nee] /ˈhæk ni/ noun, plural hackneys. 1. Also called hackney coach. a carriage or coach for hire; cab. 2. a trotting horse used for drawing a light carriage or the like. 3. a horse used for ordinary riding […]
- Hack off
verb (adv) 1. (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)