English translation of 'Sack'
masculine nounWord forms: Sack(e)s genitive , Säcke [ˈzɛkə ] plural
(aus Papier, Plastik) bag
drei Sack Kartoffeln/Kohlen three sacks of potatoes/coal
in Sack und Asche in sackcloth and ashes
mit Sack und Pack (informal) with bag and baggage
gelber Sack yellow bag (for the collection of recyclable packaging material)
2. (anatomy, zoology) sac
3. (vulgar) (= Hoden) balls pl (sl)
jdm auf den Sack gehen (slang) to get on sb’s tits (sl)
4. (informal) (= Kerl, Bursche) bastard (sl)
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British English: sack /sæk/ NOUN
bag A sack is a large bag made of rough woven material.
...a sack of potatoes.
- American English: sack container
- Arabic: جُوَالِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: saco
- Chinese: 麻袋
- Croatian: vreća
- Czech: pytel
- Danish: sæk
- Dutch: zak tas
- European Spanish: saco
- Finnish: säkki
- French: sac
- German: Sack
- Greek: σακί
- Italian: sacco
- Japanese: 大袋
- Korean: 부대 가방
- Norwegian: sekk
- Polish: worek
- European Portuguese: saco
- Romanian: sac
- Russian: мешок
- Spanish: saco
- Swedish: säck
- Thai: กระสอบ ไล่ออก
- Turkish: çuval
- Ukrainian: мішок
- Vietnamese: bao tải
British English: sac NOUN
A sac is a small part of an animal's body, shaped like a little bag. It contains air, liquid, or some other substance.
The lungs consist of millions of tiny air sacs.
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