hacked, past tense; hacks, 3rd person singular present; hacking, present participle; hacked, past participle;
Ride a horse for pleasure or exercise
A board on which a hawk's meat is laid
A wooden frame for drying bricks, cheeses, etc
A pile of bricks stacked up to dry before firing
chop: cut with a hacking tool
one who works hard at boring tasks
be able to manage or manage successfully; "I can't hack it anymore"; "she could not cut the long days in the office"
machine politician: a politician who belongs to a small clique that controls a political party for private rather than public ends
a mediocre and disdained writer
cut away; "he hacked his way through the forest"
Eduard Hackel (born March 17, 1850 in Haida, Bohemia – died February 2, 1926, in Attersee, Upper Austria) was an Austrian botanist. His father was a veterinary in Haida. He was married and had one son.
Hack is an album by freestyle synth-pop band Information Society. The album sold quite well but did not outsell its smash debut album. It is the only major-label-distributed title that has the modern Tommy Boy Records logo on it.
Hack is a term used primarily in stand-up comedy, but also sketch comedy, improv comedy, and comedy writing to refer to a joke or premise for a joke that is considered obvious, has been frequently used by comedians in the past, and/or is blatantly copied from its original author. ...
Hack is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe who first appearance was in Excalibur vol. 2 #2.
Hacking is a training method that helps young falcons reach their hunting potential by giving them exercise and experience. This technique is used to prepare the falcon to become an independent hunter. ...
A hack is a row of stacked green (unfired) bricks protected from the rain by a covering of straw, slates or special wooden hack covers, the sides protected by mats or planks.
A hacking blow; A gouge or notch made by such a blow; A dry cough; The foothold traditionally cut into the ice from which the person who throws the rock pushes off for delivery; A mattock or a miner's pick; An illegal attempt to gain access to a computer network; An interesting technical ...
(hacking) Unauthorized attempts to bypass the security mechanisms of an information system or network; A dry coughing; the emission of a succession of short coughs; A kick in the shins; The act of striking the muscles with the side of the hand; A riding or journey on horseback. ...
(Hacked) Slang term for a sloppy modification. Generally, it refers to cutting a car body to change its appearance or functionability. For example, if an improper, careless job was done when cutting a fender to allow for a larger wheel clearance, it would be termed a “hack job”. ...
(Hacking) kicking an opponent's legs.
(Hacking) The procedure of stacking brick in a kiln or a kiln car. Or, laying brick with the bottom edge set in from the plane surface of the wall.
(Hacking) Unauthorized access to or use of data, systems, servers or networks, including any attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system, server or network or to breach security or authentication measures without express authorization of the owner of the system, server or network.
(Hacking) A feature wherein the second hand comes to a halt as soon as the winding stem is pulled out to set the time.
(Hacking) (1) Obsessive use of a computer. (2) The unauthorized access and use of computer systems.
(Hacking) The process of gaining unauthorised access to computer systems for the purpose of tampering and / or stealing personal and financial information.
(Hacking) Unauthorized breach or attempted breach of a computer (system) by bypassing the security thereof.
"Hacking" and related activities is prohibited. "Hacking" includes, but is not limited to, the following activities: illegally or without authorization accessing computers, accounts or networks, penetrating or attempting to penetrate security measures, port scans, stealth scans and other ...
(HACKING) A type of percussion done with the fleshy part of the sides of the hands. Wrists should be kept very loose to achieve a rebound effect.
(Hacking) A large interactive online world allows players to use and enhance their skills in electronic intrusion. Using high tech software with a wide array of open-ended tools, hackers can take control of the network. Part minigame, part mission, hacking is vital to the Hack Mars experience. ...