Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sack"

The meaning of "Sack" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You just didn't have the sack to face it mean?
A: "sack" is another word for "balls", which refers to a man's testicles.

"to have balls" is a figure of speech that means "to have courage".

So, "You didn't have the sack/balls to face it" means the person was too scared to face something.
Q: What does I hit the sack mean?
A: It means that they went to sleep
Q: What does You didn't have the sack to face those tears. Does it have the same meaning with 'didn't have the courage to~'? mean?
A: yeah, americans have very foul mouths and will say just about anything. TT Usually this particular phrase is used to provoke someone cause it directly changes their manhood.
Q: What does but the sacks(?) are really good. mean?
A: Ok, no it's snacks. The movie is "office space". Good movie by the way. She is saying a coworker is trying to condition train her like the actors in the movie. Trying to get her to expect a treat or a snack every time they work together. She is afraid to refuse a snack, she doesn't want to offend her coworker.
Q: What does I'm going to hit the sack mean?
A: it means you are going to bed, but usually with the meaning of "go to sleep for the night". you wouldn't really use it to mean "to take a nap"

Example sentences using "Sack"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sack somebody off.
A:
European English “To sack” means to fire from their job; to terminate their employment. “I’m going to have to sack John because he never shows up on time”.

American English “to sack” means to take someone to the ground physically. It can be used in sports such as American Football. “Miller sacked Johnson on the 50 yard line”. It can also be used in a slang sexual manner to refer to having sex. “John is trying to get Olivia in the sack”. That means he is trying to have sexual intercourse with her.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hit the sack.
A: Hit the sack - to go to bed.

I’m tired, I’m going to hit the sack.

It’s late, let’s hit the sack.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Hit the sack.
A: Hit the sack is a casual/slang way to say “go to sleep.” Usually used if you are going to sleep after a long day.
“I’ve been working all day, I can’t wait to go home and hit the sack.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with sad sack.
A: "Stop being a sad sack"
"You're being a sad sack today. What's wrong?"

Synonyms of "Sack" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sack and dismiss and fire and discharge ?
A: Sack and dismiss from a job is used more in British English.

He was sacked/dismissed from his position.

Discharge is used more for leaving military service or the hospital

He was honorably discharged from the Marines last year.

She was discharged from the hospital this morning.

Fire is used for losing a job.

He was fired from his job after his last performance review with the company.
Q: What is the difference between sacked and dismissed ?
A: Both mean the same
Sacked (informal)
Dismissed (formal)
Q: What is the difference between sack staff and fire staff ?
A: They mean exactly the same thing.

To "sack" someone is another British term that is almost never used in America.
Q: What is the difference between sack and package ?
A: sack is a bag

package is a box

Translations of "Sack"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m going to hit the sack now
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sack
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 점심 도시락을 싸다.. I sack lunch?
A: I packed lunch

Other questions about "Sack"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce sack socks .
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Q: I'm going to sack my groceries does this sound natural?
A: Sack in this sentence means you want to throw away your groceries.

A: Would you like paper or plastic?
B: I'm going to bag my items myself, thank you.

A: You have a lot of fruit there.
B: Yeah, I need to bag up my groceries.

A: Do you need some help?
B: No, it's okay. I got this. I think I can bag my own groceries. Thanks.
Q: Basically, you need to work harder or you’re going to get the sack. does this sound natural?
A: It is correct.
**With a warning** such a phrase may not be well received by the other person, do be careful please 👍🏼
Q: I sack at understanding something complicated does this sound natural?
A: you would say “I suck at understanding complicated things” to sound more fluent
Q: I'm going to hit the sack.
Then good night.

("then" is weird?)


does this sound natural?
A: Yes, "then" is weird. I'm going to hit the sack. Good night! sounds more natural.

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