cut with rough or heavy blows
hack off the branches and let them fall to the ground
they hacked a path through the wooded mountains
men hack at the coalface
gain unauthorized access to data in a system or computer
they hacked into the bank's computer
someone hacked his computer from another location
I was waking up in the middle of the night and coughing and hacking for hours
lots of people leave because they can't hack it
a rough cut, blow, or stroke
he was sure one of us was going to take a hack at him
an act of computer hacking
the challenge of the hack itself
a board on which a hawk's meat is laid.
a wooden frame for drying bricks, cheeses, etc.
a writer or journalist producing dull, unoriginal work
a bunch of Hollywood hacks rewrite it five times
a hack scriptwriter
a horse for ordinary riding.
ride a horse for pleasure or exercise
the two riders hacked along the trail through the woods
some gentle hacking in a scenic setting