Definition of brack in English:

brack

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Pronunciation: /brak
 
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noun

Irish
  • A cake or bun containing dried fruit.
    More example sentences
    • Mugs of tea surreptitiously laced with whiskey were handed around while biscuits, cakes and bracks, compliments of O'Hara's of Foxford, were as plentiful as confetti at a wedding.
    • Business was brisk and it wasn't long before the customers departed, bearing away the delicious cakes, tarts, mince pies, bread and bracks together with other miscellaneous goods.
    • Afterwards the congregation was invited to the assembly hall where the ladies served up a wonderful tea with all sorts of cakes, brack and home-made biscuits.

Origin

shortening of barmbrack.

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