Sack

  • 61Sack — der Sack, ä e (Mittelstufe) großer Behälter aus Stoff, Kunststoff o. Ä., in dem man Waren transportieren kann Beispiele: Ich habe drei Sack Weizen gekauft. Ich musste den schweren Sack auf dem Rücken tragen. Kollokation: einen Sack zubinden der… …

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  • 62sack — English has three separate words sack, one of them now a historical relic and the other two ultimately related. Sack ‘large bag’ [OE] was borrowed from Latin saccus (source also of English sac, sachet, and satchel). This in turn came from Greek… …

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  • 63sack — I 1. noun 1) she carried her supplies in a sack Syn: bag, pouch, pack, satchel; knapsack, backpack, rucksack, packsack, day pack, bookbag, tote bag 2) informal work hard or you ll get the sack Syn …

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  • 64sack —    1. a traditional unit of volume. Sacks of different commodities are of different sizes, but a typical measure is 3 bushels (about 105.7 liters based on the U.S. bushel, or 109.1 liters based on the British Imperial bushel).    2. a traditional …

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  • 65sack — See: get the sack at get the bounce(2), give the sack at give the bounce(2), hit the hay or hit the sack, leave holding the bag or leave holding the sack …

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  • 66sack — I. noun Etymology: Middle English sak bag, sackcloth, from Old English sacc, from Latin saccus bag & Late Latin saccus sackcloth, both from Greek sakkos bag, sackcloth, of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew śaq bag, sackcloth Date: before 12th… …

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  • 67Sack —  Pour l’article homonyme, voir Sack (comics).   Pour l’article homophone, voir Sac (homonymie). Sack (« plaqué ») est un terme employé au football américain ou canadien lorsqu un quarterback (« quart arrière »)… …

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  • 68sack — Synonyms and related words: acquire, assault, attack, ax, bag, balloon, banditry, barbarize, barrel, basket, batter, be seized of, bed, bedstead, bladder, boot, boot out, bottle, bounce, box, box up, break, brigandage, brigandism, brutalize, bump …

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  • 69sack — I. vb British to discard or reject. Used in this sense and generalised from the colloquial meaning of dismissal from one s job, the term was popular in adolescent slang of the 1990s, often in reference to dumping a partner. ► I think we should… …

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  • 70sack — I n 1. bag, pouch, Midland U.S. and Scot. poke, Chiefly Scot. pocket, Obs. budget; pack, packet, satchel; purse, grip, valise, carpetbag; saddlebag, Southwestern U.S. alforja; backpack, knapsack, kit bag, haversack, rucksack; gunnysack, gunny bag …

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  • 71Sack — 1. Berufsübername zu mhd. sac »Sack, Tasche« für den Hersteller oder auch für den Sackträger. 2. Übername zu mhd. sac »Magensack, Bauch, der ganze Körper«, Vgl. auch die mhd. Schelte: du alter p—ser sack. 3. Herkunftsname zu dem gleich lautenden… …

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  • 72sack — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. bag; destruction, pillage; wine. v. t. ravage, plunder, pillage, despoil; slang, discharge, fire. See stealing, receptacle, ejection. sack out II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A bag] Syn. sac, pouch, pocket;… …

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  • 73sack — sæk n. large burlap or canvas bag; backpack or other bag; dismissal from employment; instance of plundering, pillage; style of loose fitting dress; type of white wine; amount of material that fills one sack v. dismiss from employment, fire;… …

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  • 74sack — Noun. 1. Bed. E.g. Let s hit the sack, I m exhausted. See hit the sack . Orig. U.S. 2. Dismissal from employment. Verb. To dismiss from employment. E.g. I was sacked because of my poor time keeping. I was consistently late arriving at work in the …

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  • 75sack — 1. noun Syn: bag, pouch, pocket, pack 2. verb; informal Syn: dismiss, discharge, lay off, make redundant, let go, throw out; informal fire, give someone the sack; Brit.; informal give someone their cards …

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  • 76Sack — Sạck , der; [e]s, Säcke; 5 Sack Mehl; mit Sack und Pack …

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  • 77sack — /sæk/ noun a large bag made of strong cloth or plastic ● a sack of potatoes ● We sell onions by the sack …

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  • 78sack —  1. Dismiss from employment. Also give the sack.  2. get the sack Be dismissed from employment …

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  • 79Sack — der Sack, e 1. Ich hätte gern einen Sack Kartoffeln. 2. Wo soll ich die Müllsäcke hinstellen? …

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  • 80Sack — a) Behältnis, Beutel, Tüte; (nordd.): Büdel; (bayr., österr.): Sackerl; (landsch., bes. südd., österr.): Säckel. b) Hosentasche. * * * Sack,der:1.〈BehältnisausStoff,Plastikod.Papier〉Säckel(landsch)+Beutel–2.⇨Geldbörse–3.⇨Hosentasc …

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