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Po·lack

 (pō′lŏk′, -lăk′)
n. Offensive Slang
Used as a disparaging term for a person of Polish birth or ancestry.

[Polish Polak; see pelə- in Indo-European roots.]

Polack

(ˈpəʊlæk)
n
(Peoples) derogatory slang a Pole or a person of Polish descent
[C16: from Polish Polak Pole]

Po•lack

(ˈpoʊ lɑk, -læk)

n.
usage: This term is a slur and should be avoided. It is used with disparaging intent and is perceived as highly insulting.
n.
Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. (a contemptuous term used to refer to a Pole or a person of Polish descent.)
[1590–1600; < Polish polak a Pole]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.polack - a person of Polish descent
Pole - a native or inhabitant of Poland
Translations

Polack

[ˈpəʊlæk] N (pej) → polaco/a m/f

Polack

n (pej)Polack(e) m (pej), → Polackin f (pej)
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Top to toe with Polacks we've got Asians by the score, and it's been so long since I've seen British I'd ring my wife but she's not British, driving in my car driving home for Christmas.
Various groups of Americans have survived being called dagoes, frogs, kikes, Polacks, wops, guineas, injuns, square heads, spics, hebes, or whatever.
spics, a guinea and a greaseball, some wops and a couple of Polacks and a Mick.