Cack meaning

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A discordant note.
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(brass instrument technique) To incorrectly play a note by hitting a partial other than the one intended.

The bugler hopes not to cack during his performance.

The conductor instructed the trumpet section not to cack the first note of the symphony.

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(intransitive) To defecate.
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(US, slang) To kill.

“He tried to shoot me, so I cacked him.”

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An act of defecation.
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Excrement.
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Rubbish.
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(Australian slang) To laugh.

I had to cack when you fell down the stairs.

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(slang) Penis.
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(of a bird) To squawk.
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Origin of cack

  • From Latin cacare (“to defecate”). Compare caca.

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  • From cock.

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