hackman
noun Date: 1796 cabdriver

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Hackman — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Gene Hackman (* 1930), US amerikanischer Schauspieler J. Richard Hackman, Professor für Sozial und Organisationspsychologie an der Harvard University Oskar Hackman (1868−1922), finnlandschwedischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hackman — is a cutlery company founded in Finland in 1790 [ [http://www.hackman.fi/web/hackmanwww.nsf/en/hackman hackman s history Hackman History] ] [ [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List of oldest companies#1775 to 1799 Oldest Companies] ]… …   Wikipedia

  • Hackman — Hack man (h[a^]k man), n.; pl. {Hackmen} (h[a^]k men). The driver of a hack or carriage for public hire. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hackman —   [ hækmən], Gene, amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, * San Bernardino (Calif.) 30. 1. 1930; spielte Theater, beim Fernsehen und beeindruckte mit starken Charakterrollen beim Film (seit 1961).   Filme: Bonnie und Clyde (1967); Kein Lied für meinen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • hackman — ☆ hackman [hak′mən ] n. pl. hackmen [hak′mən] the driver of a hack or carriage for hire …   English World dictionary

  • hackman — n. hired driver, taxi driver, one who drives a hackney n. Gene Hackman (born in 1930 as Eugene Alden Hackman), American award winning actor and producer; family name …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Hackman — /ˈhækmən/ (say hakmuhn) noun Gene (Eugene Allen Hackman), born 1931, US actor; Academy Awards for best actor for The French Connection (1971) and for best supporting actor for Unforgiven (1992) …   Australian English dictionary

  • hackman — /hak meuhn, man /, n., pl. hackmen / meuhn, men /. the driver of a hack or taxi. [1790 1800, Amer.; HACK2 + MAN1] * * * …   Universalium

  • hackman — noun The driver of a hack …   Wiktionary

  • hackman — hack·man …   English syllables

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