fasten with small flat-headed nails; attach
fasten with long, loose stitches; baste
"tack the notice on the board"
"The sailors decided to tack the boat"
"The boat tacked"
"She pieced a quilt"
"He tacked together some verses"
"They set up a committee"
"baste a hem"
"append a charm to the necklace"
Driving tin tacks into a baby's coffin.
出自： D. W. Jerrold
I thought the canteen tack the nastiest stuff I had ever tasted.
出自： D. C. Murray
He..tacked together the Skins of Goats.
He tacked the notice on.
We are going to tack the map on.
我们打算把这张地图钉上。 tack sth ⇔ on
She tacked the pockets on.
Tack the sleeves on and then sew them up.
先把袖子用粗针脚缝上,然后再细细缝好。 tack sth ⇔ on
She tacked a few words on to the letter her sister had written.
After negotiation, they tacked two new clauses on to the end of the contract.
The customers often tack on a couple of dollars for the tip to the waiter.
Another clause was tacked on to the bill.
The bit about help for poorer countries had obviously just been tacked on as an afterthought.
关于帮助贫穷国家的那段话显然是事后的想法后来加上去的。 tack on to sb
I thought you wouldn't mind me tacking on to you.