Definition of six-pack in English:

six-pack

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noun

1A pack of six cans of beer held together with a plastic fastener.
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  • He yanked a cold can of Budweiser from the plastic ring holding the six-pack together.
  • Teenage girls, as well as boys, came into the garden with six-packs of beer and residents of the flats could hear young people swearing and see them urinating in the bushes.
  • Wandering around the bench, he carted a six-pack of beer, bottles of orange and apple juice, and a cornucopia of soft drink cans over to the sink.
2 informal A man’s set of visibly well-developed abdominal muscles.
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  • Men should remember that muscularity is not masculinity and that self-esteem is not built on a six-pack of abdominal muscles.
  • You don't need a six-pack to have stomach muscles.
  • At this point, contract down on your six-pack and side abdominals.

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