Definition of cack in English:

cack

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British informal

noun

[mass noun]
1Excrement; dung: cow cack
1.1Rubbish: they talk such a load of cack

verb

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Defecate in (one’s clothes).

Origin

Old English (as cac- in cachūs 'privy'); the verb dates from late Middle English and is related to Middle Dutch cacken; based on Latin cacare 'defecate'.

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