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Definition of chack

chack

  • to not show an important event on TV. Usually refers to a sporting event or sports competitor. First used by Trudi Marrapodi on rec.sport.skating.ice.figure in reference to Michael Chack who placed a surprising 3rd at US Nationals and was not shown on TV because he wasn't expected to place.
    They didn't show him on TV, he got chacked.

    Last edited on Jun 15 2013. Submitted by Dejah from Clarksville, TN, USA on Apr 17 1999.

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