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addaword.gifdefinition of sack in

(also sack off)
to stop doing something; to cancel something; to put somebody off
I'm sacking in work, watching Bridesmaids and eating fizzy strawberry laces. | Abi was going to come round but I'm feeling rubbish so I sacked her off.
Submitted from United Kingdom on 18/03/2013 11:11:00
Definition of sack in from the Open Dictionary – a public resource hosted by Macmillan English Dictionary Online


a course of study which is much shorter than a university course and focuses on the skills you need for a job, especially computer-related skills

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