- n. 宣传；广告；高射炮；宣传员
- n. (Flack)人名；(英、法、匈、瑞典)弗拉克
- flack (n.)
- "publicity or press agent," 1945, also by that year as a verb, said to have been coined at show biz magazine "Variety" (but the first attested use is not in "Variety") and supposedly from name of Gene Flack, a movie agent, but influenced by flak. There was a Gene Flack who was an advertising executive in the U.S. during the 1940s, but he seems to have sold principally biscuits, not movies.
- 1. Once the cold water enters the flack, the vapor pressure falls quickly.
- 一旦冷水进入长颈瓶, 水气压就迅速下降.
- 2. Test shows that testing system can accomplish all signal test of the flowing system for flack.
- 3. A test device for flack flowing systems based on virtual instrument technology is developed.
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