Pac Definition

păk
noun
A high moccasin; larrigan.
Webster's New World
A high, insulated, waterproof, laced boot, for wear in very cold weather.
Webster's New World
A shoepac.
American Heritage
Political action committee.
Webster's New World
The definition of pac is a tall, insulted, laced boat that protects against water and the cold, or is the abbreviation for a political action committee.
An example of a pac is a boot a road worker wears during a blizzard.
An example of a PAC is a political group that accepts funding and supports politicians who are against abortion.
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abbreviation
Political action committee.
American Heritage
Premature atrial contraction.
American Heritage Medicine
Pacific.
Webster's New World
(politics) Political Action Committee.
Wiktionary
Programmable Automation Controller.
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Other Word Forms of Pac

Noun

Singular:
pac
Plural:
PACS

Origin of Pac

  • Short for shoepac alteration (influenced by shoe) of pidgin Delaware seppock shoe from Unami Delaware chípahko shoes

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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