Jack

a flag hoisted at the bow of a ship. In navies this is, as a rule, a flag identifying nationality, but not necessarily in the same design as the ensign, while on non-naval vesels, the jack may have other meanings, or be decorative. French - pavillon de beaupré German - gösh Spanish - torrotito, bandera de tajamar Russian - gyuis Dutch - gues Polish… ...

jack

A wheeled device with lifting capabilities, used to move pallets or heavy loads of product (often onto skids or pallets).
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jack

[n] - a small worthless amount 2. [n] - an electrical device consisting of a connector socket designed for the insertion of a plug 3. [n] - game equipment consisting of one of several small objects picked up while bouncing a ball in the game of jacks 4. [n] - small flag indicating a ship`s nationality 5. [n] - one of four fac...
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JACK

Commonly used audio connector. May be mono or stereo.
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Jack

A type of connector used in sound equipment; sometimes called a phone jack. There are two types, mono and stereo, found in two sizes (standard: 6.3mm and mini: 3.5mm). At one time most sound equipment used standard jacks, but now they are usually only used on line-level gear: microphones normally have XLR (qv) connectors.
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Jack

Mechanical or hydraulic device for lifting heavy equipment off the floor. Can also be used where a force needs to be applied between two points.Bottle JackPhotograph courtesy of Draper.co.ukA small hydraulic jack.Inflatable JackPhotograph courtesy of Draper.co.ukA strong sealed bag that is placed under the object to be lifted and inflated with air....
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Jack

Connector primarily used for headphones and microphone connection, partly also as Audio - or Video connection.
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Jack

Jack (jăk) noun [ Portuguese jaca , Malayalam, tsjaka .] (Botany) A large tree, the Artocarpus integrifolia , common in the East Indies, closely allied to the breadfruit, from which it differs in having its leaves entire. The fruit is of great size, weighing from thirty ...
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Jack

Jack noun [ French Jacques James, Latin Jacobus , Greek ..., Hebrew Ya 'aqōb Jacob; prop., seizing by the heel; hence, a supplanter. Confer Jacobite , Jockey .] 1. A familiar nickname of, or substitute for, John . « You are John Rugby, a...
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Jack

Jack noun [ French jaque , jacque , perhaps from the proper name Jacques . Confer Jacquerie .] A coarse and cheap mediæval coat of defense, esp. one made of leather. « Their horsemen are with jacks for most part clad.» Sir J. Harrington.
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Jack

Jack noun [ Named from its resemblance to a jack boot .] A pitcher or can of waxed leather; -- called also black jack . [ Obsolete] Dryden.
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Jack

Jack intransitive verb To hunt game at night by means of a jack. See 2d Jack , noun , 4, noun
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Jack

Jack transitive verb To move or lift, as a house, by means of a jack or jacks. See 2d Jack , noun , 5.
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jack

<marine biology> Young salmon, usually a male, that matures precociously. ... (12 Jan 1998) ...
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jack

noun any of several fast-swimming predacious fishes of tropical to warm temperate seas
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jack

noun tool for exerting pressure or lifting
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jack

jack up verb lift with a special device; `jack up the car so you can change the tire`
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jack

noun game equipment consisting of one of several small six-pointed metal pieces that are picked up while bouncing a ball in the game of jacks
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jack

noun one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a young prince
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jack

noun male donkey
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Jack

• (n.) A pitcher or can of waxed leather; -- called also black jack. • (n.) A large, California rock fish (Sebastodes paucispinus); -- called also boccaccio, and merou. • (n.) The male of certain animals, as of the ass. • (n.) A machine for twisting the sliver as it leaves the carding machine. • (n.) A compact, portable mac...
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jack

(from the article `bowls`) outdoor game in which a ball (known as a bowl) is rolled toward a smaller stationary ball, called a jack. The object is to roll one`s bowls so that ...
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jack

(from the article `harpsichord`) ...placed beneath the horizontal plane of the strings, which pass over a bridge that is glued to the soundboard and that transmits their vibration to ... ...sound of the wing-shaped harpsichord and its smaller rectangular, triangular, or polygonal relatives, the spinet and virginal, is produced by ... ...
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jack

(from the article `gill`) ...servings of whiskey or wine. The term jill appears in the nursery rhyme `Jack and Jill.` Soon after ascending to the throne of England in 1625, ...
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jack

(from the article `keyboard instrument`) ...phase of Cristofori`s work, Maffei`s diagram may be in error. In the surviving instruments a pivoted piece of wood is set into the key. The ...
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