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Tack may refer to:
- Augustus Vincent Tack (1870–1949), American painter
Implements, and creative or constructive tasks and materials
- Tack (sewing) (also baste or pin), quick, temporary stitching intended to be removed
- Blu Tack, a reusable putty-like pressure-sensitive adhesive used for attaching paper items to walls
- Horse tack, equipment used to allow riding or driving of horses and some other riding animals
- Thumbtack or drawing pin, a short nail or pin easily placed and removed by hand
- Tack, a type of cut nail, used in upholstery, shoe making and saddle manufacture
- Tack weld, a specific short and often temporary type of weld
- A tack as a part of the tacking maneuver; in which a sailing boat turns its bow through the wind
- Tack (sailing), the lower corner of a sail's leading edge
- Tack (square sail), a type of rigging unique to square sails
- Hardtack, a hard cracker or biscuit used for food on sea voyages and by soldiers during the American Civil War.
- Scottish lease, as held by a tacksman
- Tack, another name for stickiness in chemistry
- The Tack, a parliamentary maneuver supported by Tackers in 1704
- TACK, a proposed archaeal supergroup, presumably a sister taxon of hypothetical Asgard taxon within the proteoarchaeota kingdom.
- Any of the four symbols
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