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  • noun Australia, New Zealand, informal Alternative form of daks.

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Examples

  • In general, deer harvests in NY are very high in western and central NY and lower in the Catskills and 'dacks; fairly good in areas of the Hudson Valley where there is still a lot of agriculture.

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  • Sure, I'll take Shia in a biker jacket, or in jeans and a tee, trackie dacks or nothing at all, but throw him in a suit and I'm gone.

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  • I presume the 'dacks season lasts longer because there is less hunting pressure.

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  • Sure, I'll take Shia in a biker jacket, or in jeans and a tee, trackie dacks or nothing at all, but throw him in a suit and I'm gone.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Kate may be a self-confessed dag who loves hanging at home in her tracky dacks and footy jumper but after our image-conscious judges exposed appearance as a weakness, Kate has presented herself as a beautiful diva and tirelessly worked at her stage presence.

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  • Kate may be a self-confessed dag who loves hanging at home in her tracky dacks and footy jumper but after our image-conscious judges exposed appearance as a weakness, Kate has presented herself as a beautiful diva and tirelessly worked at her stage presence.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • If she ever had to choose, she'd far rather take her chances with a mugger in Central Park than a bear in the Adiron-dacks.

    Sully's Kids

  • It was very high up on a ledge and Andrew packed his dacks, waiting 50 metres back while the rest had a look.

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  • Post the Machu Picchu adventures we all came back to Cusco to recover (entailing numerous doona days with mandatory singlets for men and trackie dacks for the women).

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  • His weekend sartorial choices, however, were often less than aristocratic, ranging from colourful Balinese slacks to the more low-key tracky-dacks.

    The Age News Headlines

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