[jak-uh v-awl-treydz, jak-] /ˌdʒæk əvˈɔlˈtreɪdz, ˈdʒæk-/
noun, plural jacks-of-all-trades.
a person who is adept at many different kinds of work.
[jak] /dʒæk/ noun 1. any of various portable devices for raising or lifting heavy objects short heights, using various mechanical, pneumatic, or hydraulic methods. 2. Also called knave. Cards. a playing card bearing the picture of a soldier or servant. 3. Electricity. a connecting device in an electrical circuit designed for the insertion of a […]
- Jack out
verb phrase To pull out; seize and expose: could jack his gun out kind of fast (1940s+)
- Jack party
noun phrase A neglectful or indifferent participant: Coach Phillips was a jack party, didn’t even have headphones on (1970s+ Sports) Related Terms jack it
noun 1. a scrubby pine, Pinus banksiana, growing on tracts of poor, rocky land in Canada and the northern U.S., bearing short needles and curved cones. noun 1. a coniferous tree, Pinus banksiana, of North America, having paired needle-like leaves and small cones that remain on the branches for many years: family Pinaceae