tack |tak| noun
- an act of changing course by turning a vessel's head into and through the wind, so as to bring the wind on the opposite side.
- a boat's course relative to the direction of the wind, as in: “The brig bowled past on the opposite tack.”
- a distance sailed between such changes of course.
- figurative a method of dealing with a situation or problem; a course of action or policy, as in: “Since she could not stop him from sailing away, she tried another tack and agreed to go with him.”
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