[siks-pak] /ˈsɪks pæk/
Slang. the average or typical blue-collar man.
(US, slang) an average or typical man
See Joe Sixpack
a lower-middle-class or blue-collar male; also written [Joe Six-Pack]
from average ‘Joe’ watching TV with a six-pack of beer
An ordinary American male; joe, joe average, joe blow: Do you think that Joe Sixpack in Illinois cares?/ a sleazy bar where go-go girls perform for goggle-eyed Joe Six-packs
[fr the six-bottle or -can packets of beer these men typically consume]
A lower-middle-class male. For example, I don’t think opera will appeal to Joe Six-pack; he’d prefer a rock concert. This disparaging term, first recorded in 1977, conjures up the image of a man in undershirt and construction helmet who will down all of a six-pack (six cans or bottles of beer sold in a package) in an evening.
- Joe soap
noun 1. (Brit, slang) a person who is regarded as unintelligent and imposed upon as a stooge or scapegoat 2. (NZ, slang) Also called (Brit) Joe Bloggs, (US and Canadian) Joe Sixpack. an average or typical man
[joh-ee] /ˈdʒoʊ i/ noun, plural joeys. Australian. 1. any young animal, especially a kangaroo. 2. a young child. [joh-ee] /ˈdʒoʊ i/ noun, plural joeys. British Slang. 1. a threepenny piece. 2. (formerly) a fourpenny piece. [joh-ee] /ˈdʒoʊ i/ noun 1. a male given name, form of or . [joh-ee] /ˈdʒoʊ i/ noun, plural Joeys. 1. […]
- Joe yale
modifier Betokening by dress and manner the nonacademic aspects of life in the Ivy League: this very Joe Yale–looking guy (1940s+)
noun 1. a small tumbler of the 17th century; dram glass.