Chiack

1. taunt, jeer; deride; tease;
2. jeering cheek (British dialect "chi-hike" - a salute, exclamation)

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • chiack — ˈchīək transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: probably alteration of cheek Australia : to jeer at : razz the spectators continued to chiack him * * * chiack, chiak varr. chi hike n …   Useful english dictionary

  • chiack — /ˈtʃaɪæk / (say chuyak) Colloquial –verb (t) 1. to jeer; taunt; deride; tease: *he drove himself, I think to quiet war stuff in his head. / You could chiack him out of it. –les murray, 1998. –noun 2. jeering; cheek. Also, chyack. {British slang… …   Australian English dictionary

  • chiack — /chuy euhk/, v.t. Australian. to jeer at; tease; deride. Also, chyack. [1870 75; prob. alter. of CHEEK] * * * …   Universalium

  • chiack — verb /tʃaijæk/ a) To taunt or tease in jest. They were cheerful enough, liked a bit of chiacking, and the women enjoyed the bawdy undertones of their jokes. b) To taunt maliciously. Most poignantly of all, though, when I get fed up with working… …   Wiktionary

  • chiack — Australian Slang 1. taunt, jeer; deride; tease; 2. jeering cheek (British dialect chi hike a salute, exclamation) …   English dialects glossary

  • chiack — chi·ack …   English syllables

  • chiak — chiack, chiak varr. chi hike n. and v …   Useful english dictionary

  • chyack — ˈchīək variant of chiack * * * /chuy euhk/, v.t. Australian. chiack. * * * chyack, chy ike varr. chi hike …   Useful english dictionary

  • chyack — /chuy euhk/, v.t. Australian. chiack. * * * …   Universalium

  • Razz — 1. deride; make fun of; chiack; 2. severe criticism; derision (short for raspberry ) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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