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English definition of “six-pack”

six-pack

noun [C]     /ˈsɪks.pæk/
informal six containers, usually bottles or cans, of a particular type of beer or other drink that are sold together as one unitBeer and cider humorous the well-developed muscles of a man's stomachThe human torso
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