vb. (context computing English) To acknowledge negatively; to send a NAK signal to.
Nack is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Alzey-Worms district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Usage examples of "nack".
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Lombo scooped Nacker up in an arm and led the procession that wound up the hill, through alleys and unpaved streets with eroded gullies on either side.
But it is quite a nack for pardners to know jest when to cry, and when to laff.
SIP sop stir-up Toorak small beer do si la sol fa me re do Nip nap wash down chops nacks oh!
Nack managed to get the district attorney to ask the judge in the case to impose the lightest possible sentence on her, which he did: she got fifteen years at Auburn, which, with good behavior, could and did end up being only nine.
He lured Dan with a promise of employment and probably nacked him when Dan tried to back out, realizing what side of the law Trent worked.