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full whack

1. adverb At the highest, fullest, or maximum capacity or effect. Our servers have been running full whack ever since we released our online multiplayer game.
2. noun The highest, fullest, or maximum amount, capacity, or effect. They had turned the stove on to full whack without telling us, and we ended up burning our roast. John always pays the full whack for the newest technology.
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It's a great laugh, although you may question having to pay full whack for it.
Neil found himself in police custody, his computer confiscated, finger-prints taken, the full whack.
The Peerless brew Full Whack (6%abv) has made it to a top ranking in the latest international beer guide from beer expert Roger Protz.
Wouldn't it be great if firms which pay their full whack and to HMRC could get some kind of tax-compliant watermark to display on their websites and literature?
For years now, every man and his dog knew full well that mechanisms were in place for the rich and famous to pay as little as they could into treasury coffers, and it was only the little man on the street paying his full whack taken at source through his employer's wages department.
The suspension easily keeps the big car flat and neutral, even driving at full whack through challenging bends.
If I were at the track, I'd probably just have the full whack on the monster-like Dream Ahead in the Acomb, retire to the bar for three hours and prepare for a big night out, but that might be the least original tip of the day and you'd have to put plenty down to pay for several hours' worth of lager tops and a chips and mushy peas supper.
I feel good, my Achilles problems have cleared up now, I've had a full whack of training in the last few weeks and training has been going well.
Meanwhile, ve other peers have quit the chamber rather than pay their full whack of tax.
Inside, the central heating is on full whack and you're bundled up in jumpers and cardies to keep out the chill.
That was caused largely by monstrous gas and electricity price Increases - which, note, the utility companies show no sign of undoing until we have paid the full whack for a full winter.
She said: "It's completely outrageous that a PFI company can charge full whack for disabled people to make a profit from parking.
I figured that I had done the full whack on my knee but once I had the scan and I realised it would take about six weeks it was a real blessing and I became a lot more positive.
20am and an hour later I thought, `To hell with it,' and went into the multi-storey car park and was at first told I would have to pay full whack - pounds 19.
Meanwhile, the burghers would do better to examine preferential 20% council tax rates given to so-called charity shops, which are selling non-donated factory seconds, including furniture, at high prices, and seeing off legitimate businesses paying the full whack.