The definition of a flack is a publicity agent.noun
An example of a flack is a person who makes sure a celebrity stays in the public eye.
Flack is defined as to promote something or someone.verb
An example of flack is to hand out fliers for a club.YourDictionary definition and usage example. Copyright © 2013 by LoveToKnow Corp.
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Slang press agent
Slang to serve as a press agent
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A press agent; a publicist. verb flacked
, flacks verb, intransitive
To act as a press agent: flacking for a movie studio. verb, transitive
To act as a press agent for; promote: authors who tour the country flacking their books.
Origin: Origin unknown.