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Definition of "bac" [bac]

  • A broad, flat-bottomed ferryboat, usually worked by a rope. (noun)
  • A vat or cistern. (noun)

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Use "bac" in a sentence
  • "Thank Christ I changed my name bac~ Never thought Slaughter would have less murderous connotations than the alternative. '"
  • "In medicine, a doctor is called bac sy, bac also stands for older uncle and aunt."
  • "In France, the "bac" exam is typically taken by 17- and 18-year-olds, but if a student fails the exam, he or she can take it again -- even later in life."