flack definition

  • noun:
    • A press broker; a publicist.
    • A press agent; a publicist.
    • Variant of flak.
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • artillery made to shoot up at airplanes
    • intense negative critique
    • a slick representative who can change any criticism on benefit of their particular manager
    • Variant of flak.
    • A press representative; a publicist.
    • Variant of flak.
    • A press broker; a publicist.
    • A press agent; a publicist.
    • A press agent; a publicist.
    • A press representative; a publicist.
    • a publicist, a publicity agent
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • Variant of flak.
    • Variant of flak.
    • Variant of flak.
    • Variant of flak.
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • A press broker; a publicist.
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • A press representative; a publicist.
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • Variant of flak.
    • a publicist, a publicity representative
    • Alternative spelling of flak.
    • Alternative spelling of flak.
    • artillery built to capture up at airplanes
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • intense bad criticism
    • Variant of flak.
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • a slick spokesperson who are able to change any critique towards the benefit of their particular employer
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • A press agent; a publicist.
    • artillery made to shoot upward at airplanes
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • intense damaging critique
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • artillery made to shoot up at airplanes
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • artillery designed to take upward at airplanes
    • intense negative criticism
    • Variant of flak.
    • a slick representative who is able to switch any criticism to your advantage of their boss
    • a publicist, a publicity agent
    • artillery designed to shoot up at airplanes
    • intense negative criticism
    • intense undesirable criticism
    • a slick spokesperson who can change any criticism into advantage of their boss
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • a slick spokesperson who are able to change any criticism on advantage of their particular workplace
    • a slick representative who are able to change any criticism to your advantage of their particular boss
    • artillery designed to shoot upward at airplanes
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • artillery made to capture up at airplanes
    • a publicist, a publicity broker
    • intense adverse criticism
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • a slick representative who can change any critique towards advantage of their particular workplace
    • alternate spelling of flak.
    • intense unfavorable criticism
    • artillery built to take up at airplanes
    • a slick spokesperson who are able to switch any criticism to your benefit of their particular employer
    • intense bad criticism
    • a slick representative who can turn any critique towards the advantage of their company
    • A blow; a stroke.
    • artillery designed to capture upward at airplanes
    • intense undesirable criticism
    • a slick representative who are able to turn any criticism to your advantage of their particular employer
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to do something as a press agent: flacking for a film studio.
    • to do something as a press broker: flacking for a film studio.
    • to behave as a press agent: flacking for a movie studio.
    • to behave as a press representative: flacking for a movie studio.
    • To act as a press agent: flacking for a movie studio.
    • to behave as a press broker: flacking for a film studio.
    • To act as a press representative: flacking for a film studio.
    • To act as a press broker: flacking for a film studio.
    • to do something as a press agent: flacking for a film studio.
    • to behave as a press broker: flacking for a movie studio.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to behave as a press representative for; improve: authors which tour the country flacking their books.
    • To act as a press representative for; promote: authors who tour the united states flacking their books.
    • to behave as a press broker for; improve: authors which tour the country flacking their books.
    • to do something as a press representative for; improve: writers which tour the country flacking their particular publications.
    • to do something as a press agent for; promote: authors just who tour the country flacking their books.
    • to behave as a press representative for; promote: writers which tour the united states flacking their books.
    • To act as a press agent for; improve: authors which tour the nation flacking their particular books.
    • to behave as a press representative for; promote: authors which tour the united states flacking their particular publications.
    • to behave as a press agent for; improve: writers which tour the nation flacking their books.
    • to behave as a press agent for; improve: writers which tour the united states flacking their books.
  • verb:
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; flag.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to publicise, to promote
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; flag.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • to publicise, to promote
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • to hold loosely; flag.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • To hang loosely; flag.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • to publicise, to advertise
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to publicise, to advertise
    • to publicise, to advertise
    • to publicise, to promote
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • to publicise, to advertise
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • to publicise, to promote
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to publicise, to advertise
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to publicise, to promote
  • others:
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; flag.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; flag.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • to hold loosely; banner.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • to hold loosely; banner.
    • to hold loosely; banner.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to hold loosely; flag.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • to hold loosely; banner.
    • to conquer by flapping.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; banner.
    • To beat by flapping.
    • To flutter; palpitate.
    • To hang loosely; flag.
    • To beat by flapping.

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