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43.
Rack (verb): To strike a male in the groin, specifically in the testicles. Despite the highly painful results, the term 'rack' generally expresses playful, friendly, or prankish intentions. Though its origins are unknown, it is suspected to have grown from the common billiards term, to rack ("rack up") the balls for the striker.
"Jon stole my last soda, but I racked him, so it all evened out."

"The golf ball ricocheted off the tree and racked Frank, causing him to keel over in the midst of his laughing friends."
by GBC The Box February 06, 2010
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1.
set of breasts
She has a nice rack
by Ben November 29, 2001
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2.
Money, usually in thousand dollar amounts.
Man, I came up on like 5 thousands racks lastnight.
by Taylor P July 24, 2006
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3.
A Rack is more than a $tack which is a thousand dollars in $20's. A Rack is ten thousand dollars in $100's boyyyyyyy getcha racks up sucka's
I got racks on racks on racks VS I been stackin stacks... Now you know!
by Cmoney$21 February 10, 2012
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4.
full rack, half rack, baby backs.
Dcup Bcup Acup
That girl has a full rack

" " " half rack

" " " baby backs
by DVF May 20, 2005
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5.
1. A shelf for storing your items;

2. A huge pair of breasts, usually located on some women's chests.

3. Ranger Assault Carry Kit- a chest rig worn by US Army Rangers.
1. I never have enough racks to store my Soldier of Fortune magazines.

2. Gawd, that lady's rack is so meaty, one could shove a CD between them and lose it forever!

3. My RACK's got bullets and frags to spare.
by Monk of War June 04, 2005
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6.
Rack is both a noun and a verb. It is slang for Cocaine.
"Hey man, have you got any rack"
..
"nah mate, its all gone, i just racked it all up"
..
by backindauk October 19, 2006
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7.
Risk-aware consensual kink: a philosophical view that is generally permissive of certain risky sexual behaviors, as long as the participants are fully aware of the risks.

Risk-aware: Both or all partners are well-informed of the risks involved in the proposed activity.

Consensual: In light of those risks, both or all partners have, of sound mind, offered preliminary consent to engage in said activity.

Kink: Said activity can be classified as alternative sex.
We went to a play party this weekend and remembered to keep SSC and RACK in mind.
by noseinthegrass January 24, 2012
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