Meaning of “six-pack” in the English Dictionary

"six-pack" in British English

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six-packnoun [ C ]

uk /ˈsɪks.pæk/ us /ˈsɪks.pæk/

informal six containers, usually bottles or cans, of a particular type of beer or other drink that are sold together as one unit

humorous the well-developed muscles of a man's stomach

(Definition of “six-pack” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"six-pack" in American English

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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.

(Definition of “six-pack” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"six-pack" in Business English

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six-packnoun [ C ]

uk us

six bottles or other containers, especially of beer, that are sold together as a set:

They're selling six packs of beer for $3.99, today only.

(Definition of “six-pack” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)