Tack Meaning and Definition
What is the definition Tack? What is its meaning in the dictionary? Derivations, Related sentences, How to pronounce? Words starting with Tack, Words ending with Tack, Synonyms, Example sentences, Antonyms and more...
How to pronounce: tæk
1. A small, sharp broad-headed nail.
Example sentences: "Tacks held the remaining rags of carpet to the floor"
2. A long stitch used to fasten fabrics together temporarily, prior to permanent sewing.
3. A method of dealing with a situation or problem; a course of action or policy.
Example sentences: "As she could not stop him from going she tried another tack and insisted on going with him"
4. An act of changing course by turning a vessel's head into and through the wind, so as to bring the wind on the opposite side.
Example sentences: "Royal Caribbean has recognized that it is heading for this iceberg, and its captains have ordered a sharp tack."
5. A rope for securing the weather clew of a course.
6. The quality of being sticky.
1. Fasten or fix in place with tacks.
Example sentences: "He used the tool to tack down sheets of fiberboard"
2. Change course by turning a boat's head into and through the wind.
Example sentences: "Their boat was now downwind and they had to tack"
1. Equipment used in horseback riding, including the saddle and bridle.
Example sentences: "New materials will also be used for tack and horse equipment."
1. Cheap, shoddy, or tasteless material.
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