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whack (one)

1. To strike one very forcefully. He whacked me on the head for speaking out of turn. Stop swinging that tree branch around. You're going to whack someone with it if you're not careful!
2. slang To murder or arrange the murder of one. Used especially in relation to organized crime. The guy is such a psycho. He'd whack you just for looking at him the wrong way! The mob whacks anyone who testifies against them in court.
See also: whack

whack off

1. To complete something very quickly and without much effort. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "off." It used to take me quite a while to write articles for this website, but I've gotten to the point where I can whack them off in under an hour. I just need to whack off a couple emails before I head home.
2. To cut something off or away, especially quickly, indelicately, or without finesse. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "off." I had been growing my hair out since I was in junior high school, and then one day I decided to whack it all off. The knight whacked off the peasant's arm for his insubordination. Will you go out back and whack those branches off the tree? They're obstructing our view of the sea.
3. vulgar slang To masturbate, especially a man.
4. vulgar slang To bring someone else to orgasm with one's hand or hands, especially a male. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "off."
See also: off, whack

whack out

1. slang To cause one to enter a state of extreme exhaustion, especially such that one cannot think or react properly. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "out." The jetlag from these transatlantic flights always whacks me out really badly. You don't want to whack out your employees with such long work weeks, or their productivity will start to suffer.
2. slang To intoxicate one, especially to the point of incoherence, belligerence, or senselessness. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "out." I'm usually able to keep it together when I smoke weed, but that stuff whacked me out last night! Tom was so whacked out at the party that he couldn't speak properly by the end of the night.
3. slang To murder or arrange the murder of one. Used especially in relation to organized crime. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "out." The guy is such a psycho. He'd whack someone out just for looking at him the wrong way! The mob whacks out anyone who testifies against them in court.
4. slang To produce, create, or assemble something very hurriedly, haphazardly, or lazily. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "out." You could tell he had whacked the essay out at the very last minute. The software is in need of some major updates, but the company seems content to whack out a few measly performance patches throughout the year.
5. slang To present or bring forth something very suddenly. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "out." He suddenly whacked out a voice recorder and revealed that he had been recording everything I said. She whacked a camera out and took pictures of everyone at the ceremony.
See also: out, whack

whack up

1. To strike someone or something repeatedly and very forcefully; to thrash someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "up." The poor animal spent most of its life in a cage getting whacked up by its owners, before we managed to rescue it. My mama used to whack me up when I misbehaved as a kid.
2. To control or dominate someone or some group very thoroughly or severely. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "up." They really whacked our team up during the first half of the game, but we managed to make one heck of a comeback in the second. The prosecutor whacked up the defendant during the cross-examination.
3. To post or present something that one has assembled, produced, or created, especially very suddenly, hurriedly, or haphazardly. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whack" and "up." The company has whacked up yet another list of rules and regulations. You're never going to make it as a YouTuber if you're content to just whack a new video up every now and then.
See also: up, whack

whacked

1. In a state of physical or emotional exhaustion, especially such that one cannot think or react properly. I was so whacked after that 12-hour flight that I had trouble following along with what people were saying to me. We were all a little whacked by the time we got home from the marathon, so we just showered and went to bed early.
2. Intoxicated from drugs or alcohol, especially to the point of incoherence or belligerence. Tom was so whacked at the party that he couldn't speak properly by the end of the night. No thanks, I don't like how whacked I get when I smoke weed.

whacked out

1. In a state of physical or emotional exhaustion, especially such that one cannot think or react properly. I was so whacked out after that 12-hour flight that I had trouble following along with what people were saying to me. We were all a little whacked out by the time we got home from the marathon, so we just showered and went to bed early.
2. Intoxicated from drugs or alcohol, especially to the point of incoherence or belligerence. Tom was so whacked out at the party that he couldn't speak properly by the end of the night. No thanks, I don't like how whacked out I get when I smoke weed.
See also: out, whacked
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

whack someone or something up

Sl. to damage someone or something. Bob got mad at Greg and whacked him up. Clara whacked up her car yesterday.
See also: up, whack

whack something off

 
1. Sl. to complete something easily or quickly. If you want a pair of these, I can whack them off for you in a few minutes. The artisan whacked off a set of the earrings in a few minutes.
2. Sl. to cut or chop something off. A tree branch is rubbing against the house. I guess I'll go out and whack that branch off. Whack off that other branch while you are at it.
See also: off, whack

whacked (out)

Sl. intoxicated. Gee, is he ever whacked! Dave was so whacked out he couldn't stand up.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

whacked out

1. Tired out, exhausted, as in They were whacked out after that long flight. [Slang; mid-1900s]
2. Crazy, especially under the influence of drugs. For example, She looked whacked out when the police picked her up. [Slang; mid-1900s]
See also: out, whacked

whack off

1. Cut off, as in The cook whacked off the fish's head with one blow, or The barber whacked off more hair than I wanted him to. [Slang; first half of 1900s]
2. Masturbate, as in He went to his room and whacked off. [ Vulgar slang; mid-1900s]
See also: off, whack
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

whack off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used of males.
See also: off, whack
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs. Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

whack off

verb
See also: off, whack

w(h)acked

and w(h)ack
1. mod. wild; silly. Bill was wacked as always and embarrassed us all.
2. Go to w(h)acked (out).

w(h)acked (out)

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Dave was so whacked out he couldn’t stand up.
See also: out, whacked

whacked

verb
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.

whacked out

Slang
1. Exhausted.
2. Crazy.
3. Under the influence of a mind-altering drug.
See also: out, whacked
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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