[ hahrd-tak ]
/ ˈhɑrdˌtæk /
a hard, saltless biscuit, formerly much used aboard ships and for army rations.
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British Dictionary definitions for hard tack (1 of 2)
Irish informal whisky
British Dictionary definitions for hard tack (2 of 2)
/ (ˈhɑːdˌtæk) /
a kind of hard saltless biscuit, formerly eaten esp by sailors as a staple aboard shipAlso called: pilot biscuit, ship's biscuit, sea biscuit
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Word Origin and History for hard tack
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