hack out



hack out

v.
1. To remove something by chopping or cutting; excise something: The butcher hacked the bone out from the meat. We hacked out the broken shingles from the roof.
2. To fashion something by chopping, cutting, or chiseling: The artist hacked out a statue from a chunk of clay. Let's hack a sculpture out of the ice.
3. Slang To produce something hastily or routinely, such as written material: The reporter hacked out a weekly column. The author hacked three romance novels out every year.
See also: hack, out

Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
Karmela-Croatian
Goizargi-Basque
Jerneja-Slovene
Bertinabər-TEEN-əEnglish
Egilhard-Ancient Germanic
Idir-Northern African, Berber