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hack1 US English

Cut with rough or heavy blows

hack2 US English

A writer or journalist producing dull, unoriginal work

hack3 US English

A board on which a hawk’s meat is laid

at hack US English

(Of a young hawk) given partial liberty but not yet allowed to hunt for itself

hack around US English

Pass one’s time idly or with no definite purpose

at hack in hack3 US English

(Of a young hawk) given partial liberty but not yet allowed to hunt for itself

hack someone off US English

Annoy or infuriate someone

hack around in hack1 US English

Pass one’s time idly or with no definite purpose

hack someone off in hack1 US English

Annoy or infuriate someone

hack it in hack1 US English

Manage; cope

lifehack US English

A strategy or technique adopted in order to manage one’s time and daily activities in a more efficient way

hack1 US Thesaurus

Stuart hacked the padlock off

hack2 US Thesaurus

a tabloid hack

hack English-Spanish

cortar a tajos, tajear Latin America/América Latina

hack into English-Spanish

conseguir* entrar en, piratear, hackear colloquial/familiar

hack off English-Spanish

molestar, mosquear

hack around English-Spanish

vaguear, flojear colloquial/familiar

hack off English-Spanish

molestar, mosquear

hack into English-Spanish

conseguir* entrar en, piratear, hackear colloquial/familiar

hack around English-Spanish

vaguear, flojear colloquial/familiar

hack it in hack1 US Thesaurus

he tried to run his own commercial fishing outfit, but he couldn't hack it

to hack at sth English-Spanish

darle* (golpes), despedazar* algo

hack reporter in hack English-Spanish

reportero, -ramasculine, feminine de bajo calibre or de pacotilla

a Grub Street hack in Grub Street English-Spanish

un escritor de pacotilla

he was just another film hack in hack English-Spanish

era otro directorcillo cualquiera

to hack sth to bits o pieces in hack English-Spanish

hacer* algo trizas, destrozar* algo