an electronic game in which a character is moved to eat its way through a maze; also written Pac Man
created in 1980 as Puckman in Japan, name altered for American market
a defensive strategy used by the target of a takeover whereby the target makes a counter-bid to take over the raider firm
- Pac-Man defense
[pak-man] /ˈpækˌmæn/ noun 1. a defensive tactic against a hostile takeover in which the targeted company makes its own bid to take over the hostile firm.
[pak] /pæk/ noun 1. 1 (def 1). [pak] /pæk/ noun 1. Also, pack. a soft, flexible, heelless shoe worn as a liner inside a boot or overshoe. 2. . [pak] /pæk/ noun, plural PAC’s, PACs. 1. political action committee: an organization established by a corporation or other special interest to raise money from individuals for […]
[pakt] /pækt/ noun 1. an agreement, covenant, or compact: We made a pact not to argue any more. 2. an agreement or treaty between two or more nations: a pact between Germany and Italy. /pækt/ noun 1. an agreement or compact between two or more parties, nations, etc, for mutual advantage n. early 15c., from […]