English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "tack"

I had to go out, but I left a note tacked to the door telling the kids where they could reach meThere is a world map in our classroom with colored tacks showing the homeland of each of the students.

I had to go out, but I left a note tacked to the door telling the kids where they could reach me.

The little boy put a tack on the teacher's chair just before he sat down.

We need to change tack; our current approach just isn't working very well.

She just tacked the skirt together to see if it fit properly before doing the final stitching.

There is a sign tacked up on the school bulletin board asking for help in setting up for the science fair.

We are going to tack west against the wind for a while.

The small sailboat was tacking against the current, and was barely moving.

Please don't put tacks in the wall; tape is much better because it doesn't leave any holes.

The red tacks on the map represent enemy positions, the blue ones our own.

The skipper ordered the crew to change tack to take advantage of the eastern breeze.

The teacher tacked the answer key to the bulletin board in the classroom.

They tacked the carpet down with small nails as they worked.

Janis has pictures of all the biggest pop stars tacked on the walls of her room.

We hadn't realized that there would be an extra $20 a day tacked onto the car rental to cover insurance.


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