Definition of Polack in US English:

Polack

(also polack)

noun

North American
derogatory
  • A person from Poland or of Polish descent.

    ‘a joint full of Polacks’

adjective

North American
derogatory
  • Of Polish origin or descent.

    ‘when we wanted to differentiate more sharply, we might refer to him as the Polack kid’

Origin

Late 16th century: from Polish Polak.

Pronunciation

Polack

/ˈpōˌläk//ˈpoʊˌlɑk/