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Sac vs. Sack

Learning the Differences between Sac and Sack

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Sac vs. Sack

An animal or plant part that is shaped like a bag or pouch. It often contains a liquid.

A large bag that is made of strong material and is used for storing or carrying potatoes, flour, etc.
If an employer sacks someone, the employer fires the person from a job.
To steal things from a place that has been captured in a war or battle. Sack is another word for loot or plunder.
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