Translations into Tagalog:
To chop or cut down in a rough manner.
(pejorative) One who is professionally successful despite producing mediocre work. (Usually applied to persons in a creative field.)
A hacking blow.
To alter the behavior of an application or an operating system by modifying its code rather than by running the program and selecting options.
A gouge or notch made by such a blow.
A dry cough.
To lay (bricks) on a rack to dry.
(falconry) A board which the falcon's food is placed on; used by extension for the state of partial freedom in which they are kept before being trained.
(pejorative) Someone who is available for hire; hireling, mercenary
small ball for hackeysack
To enter a program or other instructions into a computer (or other electronic device) to instruct it to do a particular task.
(pejorative) An untalented writer.
To ride a horse at a regular pace; to ride on a road (as opposed to riding cross-country etc.).
(slang, military) Time check.
(slang, computing) To hack into; to gain unauthorized access to a computer system (e.g. website) or network by manipulating code; a crack.
(curling) The foothold traditionally cut into the ice from which the person who throws the rock pushes off for delivery.
(computing) To make a quick code change to patch a computer program, often one that is inelegant or that makes the program harder to maintain.
(obsolete) A mattock or a miner's pick.
(computing) An interesting technical achievement, particularly in computer programming.
To play hackeysack.
(politics) A political agitator. (slightly derogatory)
To strike in a frantic movement.
To withstand or put up with a difficult situation.
A small ball usually made of woven cotton or suede and filled with rice, sand or some other filler, for the use in hackeysack.
(baseball) A swing of the bat at a pitched ball by the batter.
(pejorative) A talented writer-for-hire, paid to put others' thoughts into felicitous language.
A rack used to dry bricks.
(baseball) To swing at a pitched ball.
(computing, slang) An illegal attempt to gain access to a computer network.
(ice hockey) To strike an opponent's leg with one's hockey stick.
illegal attempt to gain access to a computer network
to gain illegal access to a computer network
to cough noisily
To cough noisily.
(obsolete) An ordinary horse, especially an old, tired one.
A food-rack for cattle.
(computing) An expedient, temporary solution, meant to be replaced with a more elegant solution at a later date.
(falconry) To keep (young hawks) in a state of partial freedom, before they are trained.
to chop or cut down in a rough manner
(computing) A small code change meant to patch a problem as quickly as possible.
(dated) To make common or cliched; to vulgarise.
To work on an intimately technical level.
(slang) A taxicab (hackney cab) driver.
(ice hockey) To make a flailing attempt to hit the puck with a hockey stick.
(computing) To accomplish a difficult programming task.