or life-hack, life hack
[ lahyf-hak ]
/ ˈlaɪfˌhæk /
Informal. a tip, trick, or efficient method for doing or managing a day-to-day task or activity; a hack: a lifehack for overcoming social anxiety;a computer programmer's best lifehacks.
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British Dictionary definitions for lifehack
/ (ˈlaɪfˌhæk) /
any procedure or action that solves a problem, simplifies a task, reduces frustration, etc, in one's everyday life
Derived forms of lifehacklifehacker, noun
Word Origin for lifehack
C21: by extension from the computing sense of hack, meaning to manipulate a computer program in a skilful and often creative manner
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