pull (someone's) trousers or pants down: "I was dacked in front of everyone"

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • dack|er — «DAK uhr», intransitive verb. Scottish. 1. to totter or saunter. 2. to vacillate; equivocate. ╂[apparently < Middle Flemish daeckeren] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dack — Recorded in a number of spelling forms including Dach, Dachs, Taks (German), Das (Dutch and Flemish) and Dack, Dax, and Tax, an Anglo Saxon form of the original pre 7th century German. However spelt this is a surname of early medieval origins,… …   Surnames reference

  • dack — ad·i·ron·dack; lin·dack·er·ite; …   English syllables

  • däck — I s ( et, däck) golv i fartyg, ofta i sms t.ex. promenaddäck II s ( et, däck) räfflad ytterring av gummi på fordonshjul …   Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok

  • däck — • hjul, skiva, trissa, snurra, däck …   Svensk synonymlexikon

  • DACK — DMA ACK …   Acronyms

  • dack — Australian Slang pull (someone s) trousers or pants down: I was dacked in front of everyone …   English dialects glossary

  • DACK — DMA ACK …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • dack — /dæk/ (say dak) verb (t) → dak …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dack Rambo — Born Norman Jay Rambeau November 13, 1941(1941 11 13) Earlimart, California, U.S. Died March 21, 1994(1994 03 21) (aged 52) Delano, California, U.S. Other names …   Wikipedia

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