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flacknoun [U]

us   /flæk/
flak
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flacknoun

uk   /flæk/ us   /flæk/
[U] →  flak
[C] US informal a person chosen by a group or organization that is in a difficult situation to speak officially for them to the public and answer questions and criticisms
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flacknoun

uk   /flæk/ us  
[C] US informal also flak a person who is responsible for representing an organization when talking to or writing for newspapers, television, etc. and for giving positive information about the organization: They hired a PR flack to protect their public image.
[U] →  flak
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