tweak

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tweak something off (of) someone or something

 and tweak something off
to flick something off someone or something; to remove something from someone or something by pinching. (Of is usually retained before pronouns.) Sarah tweaked a little beetle off of Fred. Sarah tweaked off a little bug.
See also: off, tweak

tweak

(tʍik)
tv. to adjust something slightly. Tweak the tuner a little and see if you can get that station just a little bit clearer.
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Better than that--they'd had plenty of naughty, tweaky, plotty, reconciliatory confabulations.
Dunno if it's a recent one or kinda old, but I get the idea that they are mostly the same: People send in random bits of found stuff that is generally on the tweaky or funny side, such as love notes between junior high kids, bizarre photos, notes left on cars, etc.
However, the two-stroke twin Aprilia will happily rev its head off at 14,000 when it has racked up the requisite number of miles to ease off its tweaky twin motor.
Although it might be the tweaky thing to do to drive the subwoofer via a preamp, it means the satellite speakers must be driven by a separate amp.
Bulky emerged at a tweaky MTV Music Awards show where he worked the open bar and laughed while a guy who looked just like Kris Markovich tag-tandemed with Pink on stage.
Packed with raspberry fruitiness, this basic version of Cotes du Rhone also has lots of tweaky acidity to make it like a gutsy Beaujolais.