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flack

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noun \ˈflak\

Simple Definition of flack

  • : a person whose job is to make people like or be interested in someone or something

Full Definition of flack

  1. :  one who provides publicity; especially :  press agent

flack·ery play \ˈfla-k(ə-)rē\ noun

Origin of flack

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1939


2

flack

Definition of flack

  1. variant of flak




3

flack

verb

Definition of flack

  1. intransitive verb
  2. :  to provide publicity :  engage in press-agentry



1965

First Known Use of flack

1965



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