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jack

  • as in 'jack up' - to lift someone up, and, sometimes, to press that person against a supporting structure. Can occur in altercations.
    Rob jacked Frank up against the wall, and told him to shut up.
    He jacked a lovely girl.

    Last edited on Apr 29 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 24 2009.

  • Rigging or modification, like hacking but done to mechanics, etc. Jacking can vary in extent, like home water pursification and power theft systems etc.
    The cystine jacking within their home dumped 2 metric tons of poison shad into metric water.

    Last edited on Apr 22 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 22 2014.

noun

  • a five pound note. Origin: Cockney rhyming slang. "Five" rhymes with "Jack's alive".
    • See more words with the same meaning: money.

    Last edited on Apr 19 2013. Submitted by D. Fisher from London, Greater London, UK on Jun 01 1997.

  • nothing, very little.
    You don't know jack!
    Short form of jack shit (see)
    • See more words with the same meaning: nothing.

    Last edited on Apr 23 2014. Submitted by Sue Clark from St Louis, MO, USA on Oct 27 1997.

  • a sweet, sensitive, adorable guy. Origin: Jack Dawson, the main male character in the movie Titanic.
    He's a real Jack.

    Last edited on Feb 19 1998. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 19 1998.

  • a cigarette.
    Hey, could I get a jack?

    Last edited on May 19 1998. Submitted by Aubrey Harrington from MD, USA on May 19 1998.

  • a police officer.
    The jacks pulled me over for no reason.

    Last edited on Jul 30 1998. Submitted by Jason W. from Melbourne, VIC, Australia on Jul 30 1998.

  • shortened form of jack-ass or a jack-off - a general insult.
    He's a dumb jack!

    Last edited on Nov 09 1998. Submitted by Lindsay F. from OH, USA on Nov 09 1998.

  • phone.
    Yo, go grab my jack from off the bed.

    Last edited on Aug 20 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 11 2012.

verb - intransitive

  • to switch ? there is a track with lyrics: "I want your body, everybody wants your body, so lets jack"

    nope not switch, u dont get his body back, hmm let me in, or lets play for ur body

    Last edited on Aug 29 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 29 2015.

verb - transitive

  • to stab.
    He got jacked.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to stab.

    Last edited on Aug 20 2012. Submitted by Karl Bartolome from Toronto, ON, Canada on Jun 06 1997.

  • to punch.
    He got jacked in the face.

    Last edited on Aug 20 2012. Submitted by Karl Bartolome from Toronto, ON, Canada on Jun 06 1997.

  • to steal.
    I bet they jacked that watch.
    My car got jacked.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to steal.

    Last edited on Aug 20 2012. Submitted by Karl Bartolome from Toronto, ON, Canada on Jun 06 1997.

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rip

noun

  • a rip-off.
    What a rip!

    Last edited on Dec 05 2012. Submitted by Chrissie T. from West Grove, PA, USA on May 11 1999.

  • a large puff of marijuana smoke, usually full lung capacity
    What a rip that was! I just gave you greens, and you cashed the whole bowl!

    Last edited on Dec 25 2010. Submitted by Lurking Grue from University of South Carolina: General Information, 901 Sumter St # 207, Columbia, SC 29201, USA on Dec 25 2010.

  • a deduction in pay due to improper behavior. Police slang.

    Last edited on Aug 19 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 03 2012.

verb

  • To drink many alcoholic beverages

    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Jul 27 2012. Submitted by Anonymous from Tampa, FL, USA on Apr 28 2012.

verb - transitive

  • to insult or criticize.
    I ripped that guy good.
                                                                                                                                                                               

    Citation from "CalPERS rolling out pricey digital project", Dale Kasler, The Sacramento Bee, 11 September 2011 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Oct 03 2013. Submitted by Sarah from England, AR, USA on May 02 2005.

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