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Definition of under dacks

under dacks

  • underpants

    Last edited on Sep 19 2004. Submitted by Elisabeth from Melbourne, VIC, Australia on Sep 19 2004.

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Other terms relating to 'dack':

Definitions include: to pull down someone's trousers and reveal either their underpants or bare arse.
Definitions include: trousers
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Definitions include: "from under".
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Definitions include: to annoy.
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Definitions include: to sacrifice another person for personal gain.
Definitions include: as one of one's prior accomplishments.
Definitions include: underpants / underwear.

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