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Polack

[ poh-lahk, -lak ]
/ ˈpoʊ lɑk, -læk /
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noun

Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a Pole or person of Polish descent.

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Origin of Polack

First recorded in 1590–1600, Polack is from the Polish word polak a Pole
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British Dictionary definitions for Polack

Polack
/ (ˈpəʊlæk) /

noun

derogatory, slang a Pole or a person of Polish descent

Word Origin for Polack

C16: from Polish Polak Pole
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