VS.

Flack vs. Flak

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Flackverb

To flutter; palpitate.

Flaknoun

Ground-based anti-aircraft guns firing explosive shells.

Flackverb

To hang loosely; flag.

Flaknoun

Anti-aircraft shell fire.

Flackverb

To beat by flapping.

Flaknoun

Adverse criticism.

Flacknoun

(North America) A publicist, a publicity agent.

Flaknoun

(informal) A public-relations spokesperson.

Flacknoun

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Flaknoun

a slick spokesperson who can turn any criticism to the advantage of their employer

Flacknoun

a slick spokesperson who can turn any criticism to the advantage of their employer

Flaknoun

intense adverse criticism;

‘Clinton directed his fire at the Republican Party’; ‘the government has come under attack’; ‘don't give me any flak’;

Flacknoun

intense adverse criticism;

‘Clinton directed his fire at the Republican Party’; ‘the government has come under attack’; ‘don't give me any flak’;

Flaknoun

artillery designed to shoot upward at airplanes

Flacknoun

artillery designed to shoot upward at airplanes

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