six-pack Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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six-packnoun [C]

(also six pack,  us   /ˈsɪks ˌpæk/ )  us   /ˈsɪksˌpæk/

six-pack noun [C] (DRINKS)

a set of six cans or bottles of a drink sold together

six-pack noun [C] (MUSCLES)

a set of well-developed muscles on someone's stomach: I train to be fit for football, but I bare my six-pack on the beach in San Diego.
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