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tack  Verb
Plural: tacks
  1. Translate "tack" to Spanish: clavar con tachuelas, clavar con puntillas, fijar con tachuelas
    English Synonyms of "tack": fix with tacks, sprig, tack down, tack up
    Define meaning of "tack": Fasten with tacks.
  2. Tack the notice on the board.

  3. Translate "tack" to Spanish: cambiar de rumbo, cambiar de dirección, virar de bordo, virar por avante
    English Synonyms of "tack": change course, change direction, alter course, change way, come about, detour, shift course
    Define meaning of "tack": Reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action).

  4. Translate "tack" to Spanish: hilvanar, embastar
    English Synonyms of "tack": stitch, baste
    Define meaning of "tack": Sew together loosely, with large stitches.
  5. Baste a hem.

tack  Noun
  1. Translate "tack" to Spanish: tachuela, chincheta, clavo tachuela, saetín
    English Synonyms of "tack": thumbtack, pin, pushpin, drawing-pin, tin tack, tintack
    Define meaning of "tack": A short nail with a sharp point and a large head.

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  3. Translate "tack" to Spanish: rumbo, dirección, derrotero, arrumbamiento
    English Synonyms of "tack": bearing, destination, direction, way, course, heading, route
    Define meaning of "tack": The heading or position of a vessel relative to the trim of its sails.

  4. Translate "tack" to Spanish: bordada, hilván
    English Synonyms of "tack": basting
    Define meaning of "tack": Loose temporary stitches.

  5. Translate "tack" to Spanish: guarniciones
    English Synonyms of "tack": harness
    Define meaning of "tack": Gear for a horse.

  6. Translate "tack" to Spanish: puño de la amura
    Define meaning of "tack": A line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind.

  7. Translate "tack" to Spanish: chucherías
    English Synonyms of "tack": bric-à-brac, cheap shoddy objects
    Define meaning of "tack": Miscellaneous curios.

Verb Conjugation for "tack"
Gerund: tacking

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