\ˈsiks-ˌpak \

Definition of six-pack 

1 : six bottles or cans (as of beer) packaged and purchased as a unit

2 : the contents of a six-pack

3 : a set of strong and well-defined abdominal muscles visible on a person's midsection In one room, a former Chicago Luvabulls dancer, chiseled six-pack exposed in a crop top, gyrates to Beyonce's "Deja Vu."— Kyra Kyles often used in the phrase six-pack abs I see so many people doing sit-ups and all these crunches trying to get six-pack abs.— Mark Langowski

First Known Use of six-pack

1949, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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English Language Learners Definition of six-pack

: a group of six cans or bottles sold together

: a group of strong and well-shaped muscles that can be seen on a person's stomach

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