pronunciation: IPA: /hæk/ hæk  

Translations into Tagalog:

  • hiwáin 
  • pumutol 
  • putúlin 

Other meanings:

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

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