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hacker – Wiktionary

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Center English hakker, hackere, hakkere, equal to hack +‎ -er.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

hacker (plural hackers)

  1. (computing) One who’s professional at programming and fixing issues with a pc.
    • 1968 September, Thompson, Rory Jack, “Acknowledgments”, in Howard, Louis N., editor, Instabilities of some time-dependent flows[1], Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Know-how, archived from the unique on 2015-09-23, web page 107:

      The Electrical Engineering Division, J. McKenzie specifically, for permitting me to make use of the PDP-1 laptop to do the intensive computations, draw graphs, and even sort this thesis. On this connection Charles Landau did a few of the programming, Luella Thompson did a lot of the typing, and W. B. Ackermann helped when the machine wouldn’t cooperate. Many different laptop hackers additionally willingly provided recommendation.

    • 1984, Enterprise, quantity 6, half 1, web page 142:
      A hacker begins with nothing however a dream and a floppy disk and presently finds himself in a enterprise that is doubled and trebled. Three “diskzines” — magazines on floppy disks — began cheaply by entrepreneurs who positioned advertisements in obscure laptop journals []
    • 1990s, Joe Chidley, Maclean’s Journal:

      Hackers are individuals who merely love enjoying with computer systems

  2. (computing) One who makes use of a pc to realize unauthorized entry to information, or to hold out malicious assaults.
    Synonym: cracker (exterior US)
    • 2007, Committee on Bettering Cybersecurity Analysis in the USA, Towards a Safer and Extra Safe Our on-line world
      Usually, one hacker will annoy one other; the offended get together replies by launching a denial-of-service assault in opposition to the offender.
  3. (computing) A pc safety skilled.
  4. One thing that hacks; a software or machine for hacking.
    • 1825?, “Hannah Limbrick, Executed for Homicide”, in The Newgate Calendar: comprising fascinating memoirs of probably the most infamous characters, web page 231:
      Thomas Limbrick, who was solely 9 years of age, stated he lived together with his mom when Deborah was beat: that his mom throwed her down all alongside along with her palms; after which in opposition to a wall, and kicked her within the stomach: that afterwards she picked her up, and beat her with the hacker on the facet of the pinnacle; wiped the blood off with a dish-clout, and took her as much as mattress after she was lifeless.
    • July 1846, John Macleod, “The Tar and Turpentine Enterprise of North Carolina”, on web page 15 of the Month-to-month Journal of Agriculture, quantity II, number one:
      When the dipping is thus over, the following work is to “chip” or scarify the tree instantly over the field […]. That is finished by an instrument normally known as a “hacker,” typically “shave.” Its type is considerably like a “spherical shave,” narrowing on the slicing place to the diameter of an inch, with a shank, to be mounted securely into a robust, heavy deal with of about two ft in size, whereas the faces of the bushes are low, however the deal with is made longer as years advance the faces increased.
    • 1877, Experiences and Awards of the USA Centennial Fee (concerning the) Worldwide Exhibition, 1876 (Francis A. Walker, editor), Experiences on Awards, Group XXI, web page 13:
      23. George C. howard, Philadelphia, U.S.
      GRINDSTONE HACKER.
      Report.–Recommended for the contrivance of an instrument, known as a “hacker,” that’s utilized in trimming grindstones. This hacker turns with the stone, and is drawn throughout in a slide relaxation, and fulfills its necessary perform satisfactorily.
  5. (Britain, regional) A fork-shaped software used to reap root greens.
    • 1891, Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d’Urbervilles, Chapter 43,[2]
      The higher half of every turnip had been eaten off by the live-stock, and it was the enterprise of the 2 girls to grub up the decrease or earthy half of the basis with a hooked fork known as a hacker, that it is perhaps eaten additionally.
    • 1893, George Edward Dartnell and Edward Hungerford Goddard, A Glossary of Phrases Used within the County of Wiltshire, London: English Dialect Society, p. 72,[3]
      [] a ‘tater-hacker,’ an outdated three-grained garden-fork, which by bending down the tines or ‘grains’ at proper angles to the deal with has been transformed into one thing resembling a rake, however used as a hoe.
  6. Somebody who hacks.
    1. Significantly, one who cuts with tough or heavy blows.
      • 1902, Our Fantastic Progress, Trumbull White (editor), web page 623–624:
        In January or February the “hacker,” together with his keen-bladed ax, begins the spherical which ends the season. […] A few quart of sap is taken from every field by way of the trowel-shaped scoop utilized by the dipper, after which the hacker comes alongside and begins the circulate afresh by wounding the tree once more.
    2. Significantly, one who kicks wildly or roughly.
    3. Significantly, one who’s constant and focuses on undertaking a job or a number of duties.
  7. (US) One who’s inexperienced or unskilled at a specific exercise, particularly a sport corresponding to golf or tennis.

    a tennis hacker

    • 1969, Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-5, New York: Dial, 2005, Chapter 4, p. 108,[4]
      After which Billy was a middle-aged optometrist once more, enjoying hacker’s golf this time—on a blazing summer season Sunday morning.
  8. (US) One who operates a taxicab.
    • 1939, Raymond Chandler, Hassle is my enterprise:

      Begin runnin’ for a streetcar and so they open up with machine weapons and bump two pedestrians, a hacker asleep in his cab, and an outdated scrubwoman on the second ground workin’ a mop. They usually miss the man they’re after.

    • 1965 January 24, “Fowl Prices Cabbie $10”, in Hartford Courant:

      Washington Hacker Charles A. Culp and his pet macaw parrot, Capt. Bligh, ran afoul of the regulation when a policeman charged Culp with….

    • 1972, Richard Lockridge, Write homicide down:

      “That is Brooklyn,” the hacker stated, his tone accusing. “I do not go to Brooklyn, mister. Anyhow, I am due on the storage.” Nathan Shapiro is normally mild with cab drivers. He was not, this sizzling afternoon of a fruitless day

Utilization notes[edit]

  • There are considerably extra meanings of the phrase inside the USA[1] than in different English talking nations.
  • Using the phrase hacker to point an individual who shows talent, significantly with computer systems, could also be misunderstood [2] as implying the slender which means of unauthorised intrusion into digital techniques (also called a cracker or sometimes black hat). This severe misunderstanding within the discipline of laptop experience is maybe significantly frequent exterior the USA.
  • Some laptop lovers object to using hacker for an individual who breaks into laptop techniques, preferring cracker for this sense.
  • Most lately there was an inclination to make use of hacker in a constructive sense in different domains: progress hacker, meals hacker, intercourse hacker, and so on.

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Translations[edit]

Additional studying[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

English hacker

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

hacker m

  1. hacker (one who makes use of a pc to realize unauthorized entry to information, or to hold out malicious assaults)

Derived phrases[edit]

Additional studying[edit]


Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English hacker, equal to hacke +‎ -er

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

hacker

  1. (computing) hacker

Declension[edit]

Verb[edit]

hacker

  1. current of hacke

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English hacker.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

hacker m (plural hackers)

  1. A hacker.

Associated phrases[edit]


Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From English hacker.

Noun[edit]

hacker m (plural hackers)

  1. (computing) hacker
    Synonym: hackeur

Etymology 2[edit]

English hack +‎ -er

Verb[edit]

hacker

  1. (computing) To hack
Conjugation[edit]

Hungarian[edit]

Different kinds[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English hacker.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ ˈhɛkːɛr]
  • Hyphenation: ha‧cker
  • Rhymes: -ɛr

Noun[edit]

hacker (plural hackerek)

  1. (computing) hacker (one who’s professional at programming and fixing issues with a pc)
  2. (computing) hacker (one who makes use of a pc to realize unauthorized entry to information, or to hold out malicious assaults)

Declension[edit]


Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English hacker.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

hacker m, f (plural hackers)

  1. (computing) hacker (one who’s professional at programming and fixing issues with a pc)
  2. (computing) hacker (one who makes use of a pc to realize unauthorised entry to information)

Derived phrases[edit]


Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

hacker m or f (plural hackers or hacker)

  1. Different type of hácker

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