- loose sack
- loose sack - A sack, pouch, or irregular mailpiece transported outside an air container at a specific transportation rate.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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loose-pack sack — A No. 2 sack (for flats) or a No. 3 sack (for letters or flats) that contains untied, faced, and stacked mail for dispatch … Glossary of postal terms
sack — A container generally used to transport flat size mail, parcels, and loose pack mail. It is made of sewn fabric (usually nylon, polyester, canvas, or plastic with an opening at one end) and is closed with a draw cord and fastener. In mail… … Glossary of postal terms
sack dress — sack′ dress n. clo a loose, unbelted dress that hangs straight from the shoulder to the hemline • Etymology: 1955–60 … From formal English to slang
sack — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a a large strong bag, usu. made of hessian, paper, or plastic, for storing or conveying goods. b (usu. foll. by of) this with its contents (a sack of potatoes). c a quantity contained in a sack. 2 (prec. by the) colloq. dismissal… … Useful english dictionary
sack — sack1 sacklike, adj. /sak/, n. 1. a large bag of strong, coarsely woven material, as for grain, potatoes, or coal. 2. the amount a sack holds. 3. a bag: a sack of candy. 4. Slang. dismissal or discharge, as from a job: to get the sack. 5. Slang.… … Universalium
sack — I [[t]sæk[/t]] n. 1) a large bag of strong, coarsely woven material, as for grain, potatoes, or coal 2) the amount a sack holds 3) a bag: a sack of candy[/ex] 4) sts Slang. dismissal, as from a job: to get the sack[/ex] 5) sts Slang. bed 6) clo… … From formal English to slang
sack — I. /sæk / (say sak) noun 1. a large bag of stout woven material, as for grain, potatoes, coal, etc. 2. the amount which a sack will hold, a varying unit of measure. 3. a woman s loose fitting, unbelted dress. 4. Also, sacque. a loose fitting coat … Australian English dictionary
sack — Ⅰ. sack1 (săk) n. 1. a) A bag, especially one made of strong material for holding grain or objects in bulk. b) The amount that a sack can hold: »sold two sacks of rice. 2. also sacque A short loose fitting garment for women and children … Word Histories
sack — I. noun Etymology: Middle English sak bag, sackcloth, from Old English sacc, from Latin saccus bag & Late Latin saccus sackcloth, both from Greek sakkos bag, sackcloth, of Semitic origin; akin to Hebrew śaq bag, sackcloth Date: before 12th… … New Collegiate Dictionary
sack — sack1 noun 1》 a large bag made of a material such as hessian or thick paper, used for storing and carrying goods. ↘(also sack dress) a woman s short, loose dress without a waistline, popular especially in the 1950s. 2》 (the sack) informal… … English new terms dictionary