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sack /sæk/ noun [countable]
sack verb [transitive]


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sack
[noun]
Synonyms:
- the sack: dismissal, discharge, the axe (informal), the boot (slang), the push (slang)
[verb]
Synonyms:
- dismiss, axe (informal), discharge, fire (informal), give (someone) the push (informal)
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[noun]
Synonyms:
- plundering, looting, pillage
[verb]
Synonyms:
- plunder, loot, pillage, raid, rob, ruin, strip
Related Idioms: give one the sack, send packing
Related Words: container, pocket, expel, ship, bump, chuck, forage, raid, strip

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. sack1 S3 /sæk/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: sacc, from Latin saccus, from Greek sakkos 'bag, sackcloth']

1.
a) a large bag made of strong rough cloth or strong paper, used for storing or carrying flour, coal, vegetables etc
sack of
a sack of potatoes
b) (also sackful) the amount that a sack can contain
sack of
We need about a sack of rice.

2. the sack British English informal when someone is dismissed from their job:
They’ve never actually given anyone the sack.
He got the sack for stealing.
She claimed she’d been threatened with the sack.

3. hit the sack old-fashioned informal to go to bed:
It’s one o'clock – time to hit the sack.

4. in the sack informal in bed – used to talk about sexual activity:
I bet she’s great in the sack.

5. the sack of something formal a situation in which an army goes through a place, destroying or stealing things and attacking people:
the sack of Rome in 1527

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. sack2 verb [transitive]
[Sense 1-2,4: Date: 1900-2000; Origin: sack1]
[Sense 3: Date: 1500-1600; Origin: sack 'destruction of and stealing from a town' (16-21 centuries), from French sac (sac), in the phrase mettre A sac 'put in the bag', from Italian mettere a sacco]

1. British English informal to dismiss someone from their job Synonym : fire:
They couldn’t sack me – I’d done nothing wrong.
sack somebody from something
He was sacked from every other job he had.
sack somebody for (doing) something
He was sacked for being drunk.

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In written and formal British English, people often prefer to use dismiss rather than sack:
People can be dismissed for misusing the Internet at work.

2. to knock down the quarterback in American football

3. if soldiers sack a place, they go through it destroying or stealing things and attacking people:
The Goths sacked Rome.
sack out phrasal verb American English
informal to go to sleep:
He sacked out on the sofa.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

sack
noun
I. large bag
ADJ. bulging bulging sacks of toys
hessian, paper, plastic, stuff | flour, mail, potato, refuse
VERB + SACK fill They filled the sacks with potatoes.
put sth in, tie sb/sth (up) in The kittens had been tied up in a sack and thrown in the river.
empty | carry (sth in)
SACK + VERB be filled with sth, be full of sth
PREP. in a/the ~ | ~ of a sack of coal

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sack
II. the sack: dismissal from your job
VERB + SACK get She got the sack after 20 years of service.
give sb | be threatened with, face Hundreds of postal workers are facing the sack.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sack
noun
BAD: When I took the two oranges out of the sack, I discovered that one of them was bad.
GOOD: When I took the two oranges out of the bag, I discovered that one of them was bad.

Usage Note:
sack = a very large strong bag: 'He's hurt his back trying to lift a sack of potatoes.'
bag = a container made of cloth, paper, leather etc: 'Somewhere in this shopping bag there's a bag of sweets.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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