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- (countable) A tack is a small, sharp nail with a large flat head.
- He needed a tack to hold the carpet edge down.
- A tack is the direction of a boat sailing against the wind.
- The boat sailed across the bay on a southerly tack.
- A tack is a course or direction to follow.
- Our ideas caused so much anger we were forced to change tack.
- Tack is items that are used for horse riding.
- The saddles were kept in the tack room.
- To tack is to use small nails to hold something.
- She had to tack the new rules on the notice board.
- To tack is to put something together.
- We might be able to tack together a few ideas.
- To tack is to sew something together with large loose stitches.
- The tailor quickly began to tack the hem of her dress.
- To tack is to sail a zigzag course against the wind.
- We had to tack our way along the coast.