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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlackeylack‧ey /ˈlæki/ noun [countable]  OBEYsomeone who always does what a particular person tells them to do – used to show disapproval
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lackeySome poeple in the UK were worried that their country might be regarded as simply being a lackey of the USMany employees regarded Human Resources staff as little more than management lackeys.
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