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34.
the action of assigning, or passing on responsibility for a project or task to another unsuspecting person.

Although the origins of the term 'huck' are from the whitewashing the fence scene in Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer, the term 'huck' was notably coined after another one of Mark Twain's famous characters, Huck Finn, just because it sounds better.
1)

Ron to Keith - We are going to need a model to go with this display, but both of us are way to busy to do it.

Keith to Ron - Why don't we just huck that onto Yolanda.

2) Ron just hucked this project on to me.
by KRamsay November 09, 2005
 
1.
A long pass in the sport wordultimate
Holy crap he just threw a breakside forehand huck!
by Jeff Latz April 24, 2003
 
2.
huck: to throw, chuck, lob, whatever
dude... he's coming back, huck it!
by elliot March 09, 2005
 
3.
In Mountain Biking terms to jump off/drop from a hight to flat land

a large 'drop off'
He Stacked hucking from a ledge
by Anonymous August 12, 2003
 
4.
1) A term generally used in extreme sports referring to a large jump, often without knowledge or regard for the risk or consequences.
2) The term can also be applied to risk assesment in everyday life, taking actions regardless of the risk or consequences. (A strengthening of resolve, as opposed to 'fuck it' which is a form of giving up)
1) "He hucked the jump over on the north corner, not even knowing about the gravel pit below"
2) "This may not be my best decision, but huck it, I'm going to try anyway"
by ScarletOrangeMan September 12, 2006
 
5.
Huck: (HUK) {Verb}.
1.Term usually used when skiing.
2.To Jump of something unaware of the consequences.
"Hey bro, I'll pay you 20$ if you can Huck that forty foot cliff!"
by Ewie December 01, 2003
 
6.
another word for jumping in freeride mountain bikiing
he hucked a 20 ft drop to flat on his bombproof hardtail.

v.to jump,to fly off
by matt December 13, 2003
 
7.
Nickname of the central character in Mark Twain's immortal classic "Huckleberry Finn". Despite it's frequent banning by the politically correct through its use of the "n-word", Huck's common sense morality recognizes that there is good in all people regardless of their skin color.
“I do believe he cared just as much for his people as white folks does for their’n.” - Huck, realizing that his black raftmate Jim was just as human as everyone else.
by rapmasta December 29, 2004