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A sack is a bag, especially a large one for carrying or storing goods. Variants include:
Sack may also refer to:
- Quarterback sack, a tackle of the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage in American and Canadian football
- Sack (band), an Irish band
- Sack (comics), a Marvel Comics villain
- Sack (surname), a surname
- Sack (wine), a type of white fortified wine
- Sack, Zurich, a village in the Swiss canton of Zurich
- A particularly sweet form of mead (wine)
- Slang for scrotum
- Bed or sleeping bag, as in the phrase 'hitting the sack' (going to bed)
- Selective acknowledgement (SACK), in computer networking
- An obsolete Middle Age measurement of weight in England equivalent to 26 stone (364 lb); more recently it was used as a unit of dry measure, equivalent to three bushels
- Sackcloth (Hebrew sak), a garment of mourning or humility mentioned frequently in the Bible.
Sack, as a verb, may refer to:
- To dismiss/fire/terminate an employee from a job
- To loot, usually in the context of war
- All pages beginning with "sack"
- All pages with titles containing "sack"
- Sacking out, horse-training method
- Sad Sack, American fictional comic strip and comic book character created by Sgt. George Baker during World War II
- Sacks, a surname
- Sock (disambiguation)
- Sach, Vietnamese ethnic group
- Šach, chess
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