hackette

hackette

(ˌhæˈkɛt)
n
informal derogatory a female journalist
[C20: from hack2 (sense 6) + -ette]
Translations

hackette

[hæˈket] Nperiodista f
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2) As documented in Sebastian Junger, Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging (New York: Hackette Book Group, 2016); see esp.
Is the guy so stupid to flirt with a hackette in front of the cameras?
Kay Burley - the infamous Sky News hackette - made Drop the Dead Donkey look subtle with her interviewing techniques.
While chatting to one foreign hackette, he explained the company's name came from the Greek for Diana the Huntress.
Though the explanation for his good manners wasn't quite as charming as the hackette hoped.
With brains plus beauty, Elissa is hackette by day and femme Tarzan by night, swinging through Liverpool's urban jungle of bars, clubs and parties.
Harry's is called Hedwig P is for Puddlemere United, Dumbledore's favourite Quidditch team Qis for Quidditch, a magical sport played on broomsticks R is for Rita Skeeter, a witch and also a tabloid hackette on the Daily Prophet Sis for Severus Snape, the Hogwarts potions master T is for The Three Broomsticks, a frequent haunt of Hogwarts students
Between McCaffrey and Congressman Collins (nicely played by Ben Affleck, who does serious and straight-laced extremely well), and between McAffrey and young up-and-coming hackette Della (Rachel McAdams, spot-on as the ambitious journalist).
Our feet were soaked, new pumps wiv wee on, men used womens toilet xx" No word on the band though from our disgusted hackette.
Still, at least The Guardian made an attempt to cover it, dispatching its political hackette Helene Mulholland to interview one AM in Cardiff.
A hackette writing in The Times says she found Black 'insufferably arrogant and pompous each time I met him'.
If ever there was a time to support the British dairy industry, it's now," grumbled one hackette.