Translation for 'whack' from English to Norwegian
NOUN   a whack | whacks
VERB   to whack | whacked | whacked
whacking | whacks
SYNO belt | knock | rap | ...
å myrde noento whack sb. [Am.] [sl.] [to murder]
klask {n}whack [resounding blow]
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Translation for 'whack' from English to Norwegian

to whack sb. [Am.] [sl.] [to murder]
å myrde noen

whack [resounding blow]
klask {n}
Usage Examples English
  • He then must whack the corresponding colored music notes coming from Schroeder's piano before they reach Woodstock and his friends.
  • Matt Zoller Seitz of "Slant Magazine" described the episode as "the most atypically typical whack-fest the show has served up in quite some time" and "an orgy of Mafia mayhem".
  • He has his own theme song ("when reality's out of whack, Rocky Reality whacks it back! ...
  • For example, in the infamous "whack Jersey order", Amuso and Casso ordered Al D'Arco and the Vario Crew to murder the Lucchese family's entire Jersey Crew, after caporegime Anthony Accetturo refused a direct order to increase the family's share of their profits.
  • There's a skeeter on my peter, whack it off!

  • The Brixton Academy live tracks are different mixes to those found on the LP of the concert, most notably including the line "About the smack and crack and whack that hits the streets" on "We Care a Lot", which is mostly muted on the LP mix.
  • Victor Ward is in Europe in order to "take a whack at the whole modelling, European, figure-it-out kind of thing".
  • Then Guan lures Shan to chase after him till they reach a remote spot where he turns and swings his big sabre to whack the latter off his horse.
  • 10) When biwired, Sunfire delivers incredible bass whack and a huge three dimensional sound stage with detail retrieval so stunning that you will often hear musicians breathing.
  • On December 9, at the City Club in Chicago, Madigan publicly said he thought the state income tax should increase to "at least 5 percent to balance the state's out-of-whack finances".

  • The term "whac-a-mole" (or "whack-a-mole") is used colloquially to depict a situation characterized by a series of repetitious and futile tasks, where the successful completion of one just yields another popping up elsewhere.
  • police unit to avoid jail, and Sinister putting together his 'whack pack' to avenge Demi's killers.
  • After Durk dissed King L on his "Chiraq" remix, L would respond to both him and Keef, calling their feud a "whack movie trailer" comparison.
  • North Adelaide coach Josh Francou noted Clarke's resilient attitude, stating that "he copped a whack in the face and got a blood nose but he just got on with it" after Clarke's first training session with the club.
  • In 2004, he started the Creative Whack company. Roger's definition of 'whack' is creativity.

  • Guthrey charged a shilling a term and paid out a penny per whack.
  • Monty Python have been named as being influential to the comedy stylings of a great many people including: Eddie Izzard, Russell Brand, Jerry Seinfeld, "Monty Python's Flying Circus" served as an inspiration for voice actor Rob Paulsen in voicing Pinky from the animated television series "Animaniacs" and "Pinky and the Brain", giving the character "a goofy whack job" of a British accent.
  • During the Whack Track Challenge, Quest Crew got You Got It (The Right Stuff) by New Kids on the Block as their whack track.
  • George Whyte in his "Irish Independent" review of the December 2006 concert at the Point Theatre—"A fair whack of the punters finally got what they wanted as the familiar piano strains of "Eve, The Apple Of My Eye" rang out, summoning screams of 'Oh my GOD, I LOVE this song!
  • The term "googlewhack", coined by Gary Stock, first appeared on the web at UnBlinking on 8 January 2002.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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