six-pack

[siks-pak]
noun
1.
six bottles or cans of a beverage, as beer or a soft drink, packaged and sold especially as a unit.
2.
any package of six identical or closely related items, as seedling plants or small batteries, sold as a unit.

Origin:
1950–55

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six-pack
 
n
1.  informal a package containing six units, esp six cans of beer
2.  a set of highly developed abdominal muscles in a man
3.  (Austral) (modifier) arranged in standard sets of six: six-pack apartment blocks

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Main Entry:  six-pack1
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a set of six cans or bottles of a beverage that is packaged and sold together; the contents of a six-pack
Main Entry:  six-pack2
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  well-developed abdominal muscles
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six-pack definition


  1. in.
    to while away a specified period of time drinking a six-pack of beer. (See also Joe Six-pack.) : He sat in front of the television and six-packed the entire afternoon.
  2. n.
    a well-muscled abdomen. : Tom's gut is a real six-pack. He must work out every day.
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Example sentences
They drop the bananas in one plastic bag as they reach for another to hold the
  six-pack of soda.
The six-pack in the back seat had come from the cooler on my father's sailboat.
Think of me as the little plastic thingy that holds the six-pack together.
Tote your suds in style with this leather six-pack holder.
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